Hi Bastien, François Pinard wrote: > Bastien <b...@altern.org> writes: >> Eric Schulte <eric.schu...@gmx.com> writes: > >>> That said I'm happy that Org-mode is forgiving enough to allow me to >>> lowercase most of my keywords locally. > >> Actually, I'm thinking of another solution: > >> - keep one-line option/environment keywords uppercase >> #+NAME >> #+HTML >> #+TITLE >> #+... > >> - use lowercase for multi-lines environments keywords >> #+begin_ascii >> #+begin_html >> #+results > >> This is the only good criterium I can think of, and that >> way people using easy templates will not be surprised to >> see #+begin_xxx in the manual. > > I surely like this! :-).
So do I. > Could the highlighting be made consistent as well? I would suggest that > gray is uniformly kept for all one-line option/environment keywords. > Currently, #+TITLE is gray, #+OPTIONS is red, so #+OPTION would be > rendered the same as #+TITLE. The gray would counter-balance the > shouting of the capitals, making it more bearable. > > For lowercase multi-line environments keywords, red is just fine, and I > did not see exceptions so far (which does not mean there are not any). François, Are you talking of a dark theme or light theme? Did you take a look at Emacs color themes, and their customization for Org? See, for example, mine at http://orgmode.org/worg/color-themes-screenshot.html#sec-1-4 . In that page, you'll find: - 6 dark themes - 1 gray theme - 1 light theme Best regards, Seb Footnotes:  I should update my color-theme code and screenshot on Worg, as my color theme has varied over the last months. -- Sebastien Vauban