29 Mar 2005 12:30

### Re: Mailing lists...

On Mon, Mar 28 2005, David Kastrup wrote:

> Reiner Steib <reinersteib+gmane <at> imap.cc> writes:
>
>> On Thu, Mar 24 2005, Reiner Steib wrote:
>>> I would propose:
>>>
>>> - Keep the current (=old) Gmane groups.
>
> Not really enthused about that idea.  Can they be hidden from the
> group display, so that article links still work, but the groups are
> not visible in the group overview anymore?

It's no possible to to it in the way I had in mind:

,----[ http://article.gmane.org/gmane.discuss/7830 ]
| inn rejects messages that are already present in the spool, so the
| Message-IDs will change, and all threading will break.
----

So I will request the Gmane groups for new mailing list now.  We can
think about the archives and the old Gmane groups later.

Bye, Reiner.
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29 Mar 2005 11:26

### GOODBYE from auc-tex <at> sunsite.dk


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28 Mar 2005 16:45

### Re: How to change the font color of "intertext".

One trade-off is:

The font-size of super- or sub-scripts in the inline math environments
inside "intertext" is as big as the normal text.
---------------------------------
e.g.   \intertext{Here $\boldsymbol{1}_{\{\cdot \}}$ denotes ...}
---------------------------------

The color of $\boldsymbol{1}_{\{\cdot \}}$ are same to a regular formula
(brown in my case) and the colors of "Here" and "denotes" are same to
regular texts (black in my case).  However, {\{\cdot \}} is same size as
\boldsymbol{1}.  (It is still lower than \boldsymbol{1} to show that it is
subscript. This is good. But it should have a smaller font-size to show that
it is subscript, too.)

BTW: I'm using AUCTeX 11.55
MikTeX 2.4
CVS Emacs 21.3.50.1
Windows XP.
--------
Best Regards,
----- Original Message -----
From: "Adam Johnson" <thu_zh <at> hotmail.com>
To: "Ralf Angeli" <angeli <at> iwi.uni-sb.de>
Sent: Monday, March 28, 2005 9:18 AM
Subject: Re: How to change the font color of "intertext".

> Thanks, Ralf.  I don't know whether I did the correct way or not.  I'm
> using "C-h v" to customize it, which produces the following results:


28 Mar 2005 00:04

### Prompt for master file

Dear list

I can't get AUCTeX to prompt me for a master file when I open a file,
new or existing. I've tried adding:

(setq-default TeX-master nil)

to my _emacs file, and it makes no difference. I've also gone into the
customize AUCTeX menu and changed (and saved) the value there to
'query', but it hasn't made a difference. (I know what the expected
behaviour is, because it always worked for me under Linux.)

best,
Ian

Emacs  : GNU Emacs 21.3.1 (i386-mingw-nt5.1.2600)
of 2004-03-10 on NYAUMO
Package: AUCTeX 11.55

current state:
==============
(setq
window-system 'w32
LaTeX-version "2e"
TeX-style-path '("style/" "auto/" "/c/emacs-21.3//site-lisp/auctex/style/"
"/c/emacs-21.3//var/auctex/")
TeX-auto-save nil
TeX-parse-self nil
TeX-master nil
)


27 Mar 2005 07:21

### How to change the font color of "intertext".

The font color inside the command "intertext" of AMS environment "align" is
same to equation parts.  However, it in fact should share the same color as
the text parts.  (This is reason it is called "intertext".)  How can I
change the color scheme?  Thanks.

BTW: I'm using AUCTeX 11.55
MikTeX 2.4
CVS Emacs 21.3.50.1
Windows XP.
--------
Best Regards,


26 Mar 2005 12:46

### Bug in syntax highlighting


Hi folks,

the following tex file causes problems with AUCTeX when syntax highlighting is
turned on:

===begin file
$\label{gurke} [peter]$
===end file

actually, this file alone works well, but if I now enter \end or \begin right
below the line containing \label, xemacs hangs as soon as the final letter "d"
resp. "n" is typed in. Typing C-c on the command line where xemacs was invoked
brings it back to life.

Thanks a lot

Dennis

Emacs  : XEmacs 21.4 (patch 15) "Security Through Obscurity" [Lucid] (i686-pc-linux, Mule) of Mon Nov 29
2004 on mathilda
Package: AUCTeX CVS-1.13 (2005-02-11)

current state:


24 Mar 2005 01:47

### Mailing lists...


Hello,

I have now got all the mailing lists at gnu.org together and will
configure them in the next few days.  After thinking this over, I have
decided that I shall attempt to transfer all the subscriptions myself.
There are a few problems with this approach:

I am not actually the list owner of the AUCTeX mailing list (or if I
am, I don't know how to make use of it), but the moderator.  I can get
the subscription list, but I don't think I can change it.  I'll
probably try writing a script that will subscribe and unsubscribe
everyone by sending the respective mails to the list managing
software.  This will mean that you will get mails and have to

I'll only transfer the auc-tex list, though: I think that few people
are actually subscribed to the preview-latex-only lists without being
subscribed to AUCTeX as well.  I'll redirect the preview-latex-bugs
list to bug-auctex, and the preview-latex-devel list to auctex-devel.
I think it would make sense to remove the preview-related groups from
gmane altogether: they are already archived at Sourceforge, and people
that look into the then stagnant gmane groups might get the wrong
impression that the project has died.  Of course, not finding any
preview-latex specific group any more might lead to a similar
conclusion.  Sigh.  Maybe one can have a group that only contains a
single article pointing to where one should look instead?

I think Reiner might manage telling the Gmane people what groups to
create and how: he certainly has shown the largest amount of clue


23 Mar 2005 14:40

### Insertion of macros with two args is screwed when a region is marked


Remember to cover the basics, that is, what you expected to happen and
what in fact did happen.

\documentclass{article}

\begin{document}

hallo

\end{document}

Now, with transient-mark-mode enabled, mark the word "hallo" and
insert any macro with C-c C-m that has two mandatory arguments, for
example \parbox (just enter RET for the optional arg).  You'll get:

\documentclass{article}

\begin{document}

\parbox}{hallo}{

\end{document}

Of course what I want is either

\parbox{hallo}{}

or



23 Mar 2005 09:54

### Two more website styles

As mentioned before the current website design doesn't look too good
in case there is only few content on a page, see
<URL:http://iwi.uni-sb.de/angeli/misc/auctex/multipage/>.

By trying to make the design a little more open, I came to the result
to be seen at <URL:http://iwi.uni-sb.de/angeli/misc/auctex/multipage-2/>.

The problem here is that the menu has too much weight compared to the
other parts of the page, the main content is not centered in the area
with the white background and it suspiciously looks like the old
corporate design of Hewlett-Packard.

Thus, I got rid of the box for the container and the menu in the next
iteration which can be found at
<URL:http://iwi.uni-sb.de/angeli/misc/auctex/multipage-3/>.  And this
is a solution I can actually live with.

Note that you have to use a Gecko-based browser like Mozilla Browser
or Firefox in order to see the rounded corners of the boxes because I
used a CSS tag not available in other browsers.  This is just for
prototyping and will be exchanged with a browser-independent solution
for the final design.

One remark about the last design: This is actually very cool because
the layout is based on em-units, i.e. it changes proportional to the
font size, whereas the other versions relied on fixed pixel values.
Suppose you are a visually impaired person and need to set a very
large font in your browser.  You can do this by typing C-+' several
times.  Now watch how the results of doing this differ between the
multipage-3 and multipage-2 layouts.  (Of course, the multipage-2


22 Mar 2005 18:26

### Bugs in installing...


Ok, here is the problem: we should really fix the tarball in a way
that if ./configure does not find either Perl or makeinfo, the
build/install will _NOT_ change any files (most of that job probably
can be done by replacing the executable with ":" in the Makefile
variables, as long as they are not used in commands with >something
but rather with -outputfile something).

That means, of course, that the documentation should be part of the
tarball.

Does somebody volunteer for a "tarball-ready" or "bootstrap" or
similar target in Makefile.in of preview-latex and appropriate changes
for dealing with missing or outdated makeinfo or Perl in configure.in?
The Makefile target should probably also do most things currently done
by ./autogen.sh.

--

--
David Kastrup, Kriemhildstr. 15, 44793 Bochum


22 Mar 2005 16:37

### Quick way to use same size font for all faces?

Hi

I have been using auctex for a number of years, but lately I've found
that the faces in recent versions a little distracting - I'd like to
revert all faces to using the same (default) font size (the other
attributes are fine). Is there a quick way to do this, rather than
having to redefine each face individually?

Thanks,
Jonathanm



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