[OS X TeX] Feature Request: better coloring and text structuring
riseguin at earthlink.net
Sat Mar 15 22:26:25 EDT 2008
I don't need the "sub- super-" feature, but you're right that
readability is an issue with long sessions. That's another reason why
I like the $ ... $ strings colored solid green, because otherwise the
riot of color on the page becomes tiresome after a while.
On Mar 15, 2008, at 4:49 PM, Jan Rosinski wrote:
> Sorry for resending; my previous message had incorrect subject line.
> My major request is to improve syntax coloring and text structuring
> in the source file, that is quite basic in TS at present.
> Readability of the source file becomes an issue after several hours
> of work; an intelligent coloring, graphical distinction between
> sub- super- and main formula lines are the features that I would
> welcome. Greek letters and some math symbols looking as they
> (approximately) should, could be also considered. I am not
> advocating for a WYSWYG but for something what has already been done
> in other editors used for tex writing.
> Another option is some implementation of AUCTeX from emacs world.
> But I do not know if it is possible.
> Jan Rosinski
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