Hello Edward,

yes, thank you, it seems to recognize a .sty file as tex - that is great.

I have a question about how to start leo:

I am stil running xubuntu 16.04, which has python2 as the default, however 
I installed python3 via conda and in the terminal I have python3.7 now. To 
start leo with python3 I either start it from a script, which calls up the 
python3 program and leo as parameter, or for clicking on a leo file I 
patched the shebang line in launchleo.py file to point to python3. When I 
start leo from that way from the commandline, the current directory is 
leo's installation directory, not the directory where I launched it from. 
Is there a better way to do this?

- Josef

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