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[AUCTeX] Re: Hiding ALL labels with Preview-Latex

From: Henrik Andersson
Subject: [AUCTeX] Re: Hiding ALL labels with Preview-Latex
Date: Wed, 13 Jul 2005 14:50:25 +0200
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Ralf Angeli wrote:
* Henrik Andersson (2005-07-13) writes:

The preview-latex manual says that labels are hidden by the previews but and that you should use reftex to handle the labels in an easy way, so I do as I am told and use reftex and hence have no need to see the labels.

But the labels still show under my section headings, I would like them to disappear in preview-mode or to be folded just as in folding mode, is this possible?

In case you are referring to the section "Simple customization" in the
manual, the description about labels there refers to labels in stuff
like floats.  As the labels are inside of the floats, they are covered
by the preview image.  This does not apply to labels under sectioning
commands; those stay visible.  If you wanted to make them disappear,
you could use \PreviewMacro.

Thanks Ralf,

That was what I was referring to.

After looking in section 6.1.2 Provided commands on how to use \PreviewMacro, I am no wiser of how to make the labels disappear, I can't get any sense of the how to use the \PreviewMacro. I tried all sorts of combinations of [,{ and !'s.

I just want to preview (which in this case would make it disappear) the simplest possible LaTeX command with a single mandatory argument.

A hint please...

Henrik Andersson
Netherlands Institute of Ecology -
Centre for Estuarine and Marine Ecology
P.O. Box 140
4400 AC Yerseke
Phone: +31 113 577473

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