|Subject:||Re: [AUCTeX-devel] sub and superscripts: without «_» and «^»|
|Date:||Thu, 03 Sep 2015 16:39:30 +0000|
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On 09/03/2015 11:49 AM, Tassilo Horn wrote:
Uwe Brauer <address@hidden> writes: > I strongly recommend to include the code in Auctex, maybe with a > additional variable, something like this It's far from perfect. For example, if you have some spurious ^ or _ somewhere in your text (not in some math) you won't see it at all. And AUCTeX's font-latex does not raise/lower scripts on multiple levels, e.g., with x^y^z the y and the z have the same size and are equally raised. If the ^ were not displayed, you couldn't see that the z is a superscript.
x-symbol couldn't deal with nested subscripts neither, however it used a different font
for the sub-superscripts, but I think I could live with this restriction in GNU emacs,
since nested subscripts I don't have that often.
Anyway, to make you happy I've just implemented that feature in an improved way. `font-latex-fontify-script' used to be a plain boolean option, now it has two new possible values: - `multi-level': raise/lower scripts recursively like stock tex-mode.el - `invisible': also do the multi-level raising/lowering and hide the script chars altogether (and only in math text) Bye, Tassilo
to clarify: I could download the latest checkin via
git clone http://git.savannah.gnu.org/r/auctex.git
(I made a mistake in my last message) but
gives an error I reported.
Be it as it may, Tassilo could you please tell me how should I activate the new setting?
If needed I promise to write an entry to the Manual.
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