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Re: [AUCTeX] Font-lock customization of keywords

From: Andrea Sosso
Subject: Re: [AUCTeX] Font-lock customization of keywords
Date: Tue, 31 Jan 2006 20:06:09 +0100
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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

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?

Thank you for your help.

 Andrea Sosso


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Ralf Angeli wrote:

* Andrea Sosso (2006-01-24) writes:

How to setup a custom face for TeX keywords w/o effects on global
keyword face settings?

Can you describe more clearly and detailed what you want to achieve?
What is global (and local) in your context?

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