Uwe Brauer <o...@mat.ucm.es> writes:

>    > Use @xref here which will generate the "see ..." automatically.
>
> Wait the original code is
> @ref{Top,,Introduction,preview-latex,The @previewlatex{}
> Manual}
>
> You say @xref{previewlatex} is sufficient.

No, I think @xref{Top,,,preview-latex,The @previewlatex{} Manual} is the
right way to refer to a manual as a whole.

>    > Please note instead of Note please.
> Well the first is standard, but are sure that the second is bad style?

I'm no native speaker, too, but it sounds strange to my ears.

>    > As mentioned above: @code{invisible}.
> Now I a confused I had @code{^}, so the logical would be to have
> @code{'}invisible@code{'}, but you seem to suggest to use
> @code{invisible}, is that correct?

Yes.

>    > Now I know why you think this delete thingy needs a remark while I
>    > didn't think so.  I've set `prettify-symbols-unprettify-at-point' to
>    > `right-edge' since it existed (and to t before that).  So when point is
>    > immediately at the right edge of a prettified symbol here, it is
>    > unprettified.  That makes it extremely obvious that <backspace> will
>    > only delete one char and not the complete symbol.
>
> What's about; the variable @code{prettify-symbols-unprettify-at-point}
> controls the display when the cursor is over or near the symbol in
> question.  If set to nil the corresponding TeX-command will not be
> shown.

In general I don't think we need to discuss options of packages outside
of AUCTeX but in this case it might not hurt.  The default value nil is
not too good for latex editing.

Bye,
Tassilo


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