Akinozil Ben Liblit 8 Post as a guest Name. This can then be converted to a few different formats, including LaTeX. Even though sheet four keystrokes, it can be very useful. Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. Auto-suggests names based on current section.
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Summary answer This answer is CW. You can easily learn about them through menu-bar M-x menu-bar-mode if it is not enabled. Good points about the reftex commands: See this answer for some details.
A bunch of the most useful are on the refcard. I just discovered C-c C-f and was about to add them to my answer when I saw this!
M-q format paragraph sticks in and removes line breaks so that there is no wrapping or over-short lines. Each Emacs major mode typically redefines a few keys and makes other changes in how editing works.
If you have LaTeX mode on in an empty file, this will default to the document environment, and prompt you for a documentclass. Special thanks to Seamus for pointing this out in a comment below. Please add the best tricks to it! Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. Seamus 8 For commenting, I use the general M-; not mode actex. Sign up using Facebook. RefTeX also provides a lot of convenient options through its menu, including conflicting label detection and fix runs a search-and-replace querydocument-scaled grep, document-scaled search and replace.
This command knows about mathmode and will behave accordingly inside dollars or in equation environment. Can be customised to have harvard, chicago and other kinds of reference commands available. C-h b displays a list of all the key bindings now in effect: Auvtex there a good hotkey cheatsheet for using Latex in Emacs? Which tex mode are you cheah It seems that each answer contains good information and accepting one or the other seems odd somehow.
C-c C-o C-b for folding TeX code. Is there a good hotkey cheatsheet for using Latex in Emacs? Related Posts.
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Summary answer This answer is CW. You can easily learn about them through menu-bar M-x menu-bar-mode if it is not enabled. Good points about the reftex commands: See this answer for some details. A bunch of the most useful are on the refcard. I just discovered C-c C-f and was about to add them to my answer when I saw this! If something like this is not around, maybe having a wiki here would be a nice idea.