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Re: [Texmacs-dev] Small misalign on table export (and some other remarks
Re: [Texmacs-dev] Small misalign on table export (and some other remarks). (fwd)
Tue, 28 May 2002 15:04:54 +0200
On Tuesday 28 May 2002 11:59, Joris van der Hoeven wrote:
> Thanks for the feedback Alvaro.
> It may be best to post messages of this kind to texmacs-dev.
> At the moment I do not have time for a detailed reply;
> I will do that later.
> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
> Date: 28 May 2002 01:03:15 +0200
> From: Álvaro Tejero Cantero <address@hidden>
> To: Joris van der Hoeven <address@hidden>
> Subject: Small misalign on table export (and some other remarks).
> Hi Joris,
> Attached I send a file where centered tabular headings get exported to
> LaTeX as left-aligned ones.
> I hope this helps. Would have submitted this to address@hidden if it
> weren't by the fact that I have dumped more than I expected in the
> Now that I am using more and more TeXmacs... hey I damn like it!. I
> will fiercely defend that 'you must use texmacs, if anything, for the
> pleasure of writing beautifully'. This reminds me of the stylographic
> vs. screechy ballpoint argument :).
> Structured editing
> I don't know if you have received any feedback on the new
> environment-boxing feature, but there go my 0.02eur: it's not very
> obstrusive and sometimes it's very useful. I think we should definitely
> go that way in providing visual clues for structure. It helps a lot in
> avoiding extra, unwanted space...
Environment boxing is definitely great. Actually that is the kind of
thing which makes you wonder "why it has not been done before?"
> (what about not allowing one to enter
> empty space or empty lines with spacebar and return, but with
> alt-spacebar and alt-enter, or something more difficult? I remember you
> agreed this could foster structured edition).
> Regarding the boxing feature... will the color of the box be
> customizable?. Now that I think of it... color could be used like in
> math/normal mode, to convey structure as well.
In most contexts (that is, almost any context but verbatim and prog, and
maybe specially marked session types) it should be made harder to use
multiple spaces, and use the freed keybindings for common structured
space : insert space
space space: move out of environment (could be nice for all inline
return : new paragraph
return return: new block environment of the same type as the innermost
block environment we are in (e.g. theorem, section)
Of course, the inserted space must be removed if a double-hit keybinding
is triggered afterward.
> ps. lyx1.2.0 is going to come out one day or another; we should be able
> to draw away from it as much attention in the forums as they managed to
> do with TeXmacs ;).
Please keep us posted about that, we will go and troll them to death! :-)
-- David --