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Re: [AUCTeX] Font-lock customization of keywords

From: Peter Galbraith
Subject: Re: [AUCTeX] Font-lock customization of keywords
Date: Tue, 31 Jan 2006 15:38:25 -0500

Ralf Angeli <address@hidden> wrote:

> Please keep the mailing list copied.
> * Andrea Sosso (2006-01-31) writes:
> > Sorry for the unclear message..I'll try to clarify.
> >
> > I use AUCTeX for writing LaTeX documents and I'd like to use a
> > somewhat fainter color for keywords. I think that gives a neater
> > appearance to the document and helps reading.
> >
> > Now, if I ask for the face properties of a LaTeX keyword, good old
> > Emacs says it's:
> >    (font-lock-keyword-face font-latex-sedate-face)
> >
> > which I don't understand completely (I must admit), but presumably
> > means it's defined to be the same as the global Emacs keyword face
> > and, in case of undefined keyword face, the second in the list has to
> > be used. Actually, the appearance of LaTeX keywords exactly matches
> > the  general settings for keywords (e.g. Emacs Lisp), not the
> > sedate-face AUCTeX settings.
> >
> > But I don't like faint keywords in modes for programming languages,
> > where they are a substantial part of the code. How can I change LaTeX
> > setting without affecting other modes?
> Which type of Emacs are you using?  With XEmacs it would be possible,
> with GNU Emacs not.
> Perhaps I should reintroduce face variables until GNU Emacs supports
> buffer-local faces.  Or provide special font-latex-* faces which
> inherit from the standard faces.

The latter is what I would suggest.


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