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Re: Plain TeX mode

From: Emil Hedevang Lohse
Subject: Re: Plain TeX mode
Date: Wed, 03 Dec 2003 04:13:58 +0100
User-agent: Gnus/5.1002 (Gnus v5.10.2) Emacs/20.7 (gnu/linux)

Tim Heaney <address@hidden> writes:

> Emil Hedevang Lohse <address@hidden> writes:
>> When I write Plain TeX in Emacs I use the Plain TeX mode, but it
>> has a bad habit of showing text that follows \sl and \bf in italic
>> and bold letters respectively. How do I turn it off? (I don't mind
>> the colouring of the text, though.)
> You can change the Italic and Bold faces with 
>   Options -> Customize Emacs -> Specific Face...
> Click on Show to see the properties you can adjust. Deselect weight
> for bold and deselect slant for Italic. If you like, you can adjust
> the colors by changing the values for the different Font Lock faces
> this way as well.

Thank you, it helped a lot!

Having successfully gotten an answer I will try to ask another
question: I write a lot in danish where we have the letters æ, ø, å,
Æ, Ø, Å (in Plain TeX: \ae, \o, \aa, etc.). I do known how to make TeX
understand them directly, but I would also like Emacs to properly
colour my macro names. Currently "\red" is coloured light blue; but
with "\rød" the backslash and "r" are colored light blue but the "ø"
and "d" are not. Is there some way I can tell Emacs to include these
letters into its colour coding mechanism?


Emil Hedevang Lohse <> 

Alle spørgsmål er lige dumme. 
Og spørgsmålet "Kan ænder flyve?" er ikke dumt.

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