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      tex-rm-correction
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tex-mode

Set up for editing TeX or LaTeX documents.

This command sets up Epsilon for editing TeX or LaTeX documents. Keys in TeX mode include Alt-i for italic text, Alt-Shift-I for slanted text, Alt-Shift-T for typewriter, Alt-Shift-B for boldface, Alt-Shift-C for small caps, Alt-Shift-F for a footnote, and Alt-s for a centered line. Alt-Shift-E prompts for the name of a LaTeX environment, then inserts \begin{env} and \end{env} lines.

For all these commands, you can highlight a block of text first and Epsilon will make the text italic, slanted, etc. or you can use the command and then type the text to be italic, slanted, etc.

The keys "{" and "$" insert matched pairs of characters (either {} or $$), the keys <Comma> and <Period> remove a preceding italic correction \/, the " key inserts the appropriate kind of doublequote sequence like `` or '', and Alt-" inserts an actual " character.

More info:

TeX and LaTeX Modes



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