Uwe Brauer <o...@mat.ucm.es> writes:
> > I don't think it makes sense to have a separate node in the TOC
> > which is just one or two paragraphs long and just references
> > siblings of its own.
> It is all about presenting/displaying/finding. I think most people
> don't read the documentation linearly as a book but jump to the parts
> which look most interesting.
Yeah. My guess was that when they are hunting for eye candy, they might
jump directly to (info "(auctex)Display"), so the intro there might be a
good place for discussing the WYSIWYG features of AUCTeX.
> That is why I think it were good to have such an entry, and one for
> preview-LaTeX as well. How should people know about preview-LaTeX when
> they look up the manual?
Maybe because it is mentioned in the overview of AUCTeX:
,----[ (info "(auctex)Summary") ]
| One component of AUCTeX that LaTeX users will find attractive is
| preview-latex, a combination of folding and in-source previewing that
| provides true "What You See Is What You Get" experience in your
| sourcebuffer, while letting you retain full control.
> However I will not find for it, if you still think it should not have
> a TOC, then be it.
Yes, please. Just write a nice WYSIWYG paragraph at the beginning at
> Ok, next time, that is this afternoon I will send a different patch and
> will try it out first on my local git repo.
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