20 May 2013 09:05

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11 Apr 2013 22:39

### Ignoring some non reference labels

Some LaTeX packages (tikz for one) use the keyword label, for something
other than references, and RefTeX gets confused and displays them in the
toc. Is there a way to tell it not to search for labels in certain
environments ?

Julien.

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11 Apr 2013 22:36

### new keywords for labels (refTeX)

I'm using a custom environment that defines labels on its own, like so
"metalabel={my_label}". They are recognized as labels by RefTeX (through
C-c =) but are displayed in the toc as "{my_label" instead of "my_label"
and C-c ) inserts the same spurious {. Is there an easy way to fix
this ?

Julien.

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30 Mar 2013 19:42

### (no subject)

I just installed auctex and I managed to latex some simple document.
However, when I tried to latex another one, "test.tex",
I got the message:
Latex errors in '*c:/Users/Adam/Dropbox/test output*'. Use C-c  to display.
However,
1. There is no "test output" file in "c:/Users/Adam/Dropbox/"
2. When I type C-c , I get "Error occurred after last Tex file closed"

Is there any fix for that?


8 Mar 2013 08:48

### Emacs + ConTeXt

Hello.
I have installed Texlive 2011 on Windows XP with Emacs and
I compiled LaTeX documents perfectly, but when I try to compile a ConTeXt document, Emacs gives me the following error: "Context: problems after [0] pages", and I get no output document. Why this may occur? I guess it is a path problem or something else, but I'm not really sure. Someone could offer me information? Thank you.
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8 Mar 2013 01:46

### using maximum paper real estate on lettersize 2 page pdf in landscape orientation

Hello:

I am trying to print 2 crossword puzzles from the eEdition of my local
newspaper. I want to use duplex printing and to encapsulate two jpg
files into one pdf. How can I make each puzzle be printed on the maximum
area of each side? (i.e effectively with zero width margins or as close
to that as possible.

What I have now is this .tex in auctex:

%%%;; -*- coding: utf-8 -*-

%%% Local Variables:
%%% mode: latex
%%% TeX-master: t
%%% End:

\documentclass[letterpaper, 11pt, latin]{article}
\pagestyle{empty}
\usepackage[pdftex]{graphicx}
%%\usepackage[utf8x]{inputenc}
%% \usepackage{babel}
\usepackage[landscape]{geometry}
\pdfpageheight=8.5in
\pdfpagewidth=11in

\oddsidemargin=.97672pt
\evensidemargin=.97672pt
\topmargin=.55386pt
\topskip=1.0pt
\footskip=1.0pt
\marginparwidth=1.0pt
\marginparsep=1.0pt
\columnsep=1.0pt
%% \skip\footins=1.0pt

\begin{document}

%%\centerline
\includegraphics* [width=10.1in] {c:/emacs/mat118/nyx.jpg}
\newpage
\includegraphics* [width=10.1in] {c:/emacs/mat118/dailyx.jpg}

\end{document}

******

nyx.jpg and dailyx.jpg are the two images extracted from the Olive
publishing package (a wysiwyg newsprint viewer). Even with minimal
margin settings there is an area more than an inch wide on the left side
of the landscape page. If I increase the [width= setting then the image
is cropped on the right. Apparently [scale= can't be used on a bitmapped
file but changing [width= should preserve the aspect ration. Any
suggestions? Would a slide or beamer documentclass allow me to work
closer to the paper edge?

I am using 32bit Miktex 2.9 on 64 bit Win 7 professional but that is
probably not relevant. Emacs 23.3,  AUCTeX-date "2007-01-23"

Thanks,

Ed

26 Feb 2013 09:33

### RefTeX: What is the recommended version?

Dear all,

because the AUCTeX website says that RefTeX is maintained by the AUCTeX
project I dare to ask here:

I wonder what/where is the latest/best version of RefTeX? RefTeX comes
bundled with Emacs 24.2 released 08/2012. "C-h v reftex-version RET"
shows me "4.31". At <http://www.gnu.org/software/auctex/reftex.html> in
contrast I see v4.34 dating 2009.

So which one is more recent? Which one is recommended for use? 4.34/2009
from the RefTeX website or 4.31 that comes with recent Emacs?

--

--
Uwe

25 Feb 2013 12:38

### TeX-insert-macro no braces in math mode

Hello,

TeX-insert-macro in math mode does not behave like I would expect. But I
can't tell if it is a bug or not:

In text mode when I mark a letter (say "A") as region and type "C-c RET
macro" I get \macro{A} with braces around A.

The same in math mode gives me \macroA (no braces).

Is this intended? It does not make much sense to me since \macroA
certainly won't work.

--

--
Uwe

25 Feb 2013 09:33

### M-q in text after \minisec{}

Hi,

I have a suggestion concerning an improvement of the functionality of M-q /
fill-paragraph (AUCTeX 11.86, Emacs 24). \minisec should behave like \section or \paragraph when hitting
M-q in the text which follows. That is, the text should be 'filled', but the
linebreak after \minisec should remain (which, btw, is also what you see in the .pdf).

Here is what happens instead:

\minisec{This is a title}
This is just some dummy text to show what happens. The problem is, that if the
cursor is in this part of the text and you hit M-q, then what you see is this:

\minisec{This is a title} This is just some dummy text ...

Cheers,

Marius

23 Feb 2013 22:49

### Killing associated buffers

Hi,

When compiling LaTeX buffers, AUCTeX creates associated buffers to
process errors (a .log and a *... output* one).  Is there the
possibility in AUCTeX to kill these buffers when the main LaTeX buffer
is killed?  For now, I rolled my own code using 'kill-buffer-hook but
such a feature would be worth to have within AUCTeX if it is not there
already.  All suggestions will be appreciated.

Best regards,
Christophe

22 Feb 2013 06:48

### graphicspath as a File variable ?

Is is possible to define a graphicspath in the File Variables comments
of a LaTeX file ?

I'm trying to compile just a region in chapter.tex that is imported
(through the import package) into a master file (defined as such in the
File Variagles of chapter.tex). I can't define the graphicspath in the
master file (definition not passed to the imported files) nor in the
chapter.tex file because it doesn't have a preamble...

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