(use-package tex-site:ensure auctex:mode ("\\.tex\\'". latex-mode) reference to pdf file (setq bibtex-completion-pdf-field "File") ;;open pdf with. It is a good idea to make a printout of AUCTEX's reference card 'dancindonna.info' or one . This is needed for operation of preview-latex in both DVI and PDF mode. Source Display. AUCTEX Reference Card. (for version ) PDF/DVI mode. C-CC-D C-p. Stop on errors Read AUCTEX manual. Math Mode. Reset Buffer.
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C-c C-t C-s. Miscellaneous. Read AUCTEX manual. C-c TAB. Find documentation. C-c? Math Mode. C-c ~. Reset Buffer. C-c C-n. Reset AUCTEX. C-u C-c C-n. LaTeX Lab: Auctex. Unmanned Marine Vehicle Autonomy, Sensing, and . Auctex Reference Card dancindonna.info AUCTEX Reference Card. (for version ) PDF/DVI mode. C-c C-t C-p. Stop on errors (Interactive Kresten Krab Thorup for AUCTEX version
Configuration Introduction In this post I will describe briefly my latex setup using emacs. It was a convenient setup, It worked as expected. Then, last year I decided to switch to emacs, the main reason was because I was doing a lot of Python and wanted a simple environment to do all work instead of using a bunch of different applications. I have to say that emacs is very addictive, as you start build your own configuration you soon find yourself deeply attached to it. The best thing about it is that it grows with you and becomes better and better.
When exporting from Zotero, the files are listed in a file field there is no need to export both entries and files, since BetterBibTex will link directly to the Zotero attached file.
You must tell helm-bibtex which field to look for. If you move to an already-entered citation command, in both LaTeX and Org modes the minibuffer shows information on the cited entry.
In Org, you can click with the mouse for additional options an approach I don't like. One of the options is open the PDF file, but I haven't been able to get it to work.
Another option is to open the helm-bibtex search window and insert the citation key as a search term: this will get directly to the entry, and then one can invoke the open PDF action as if the whole process originated from a search from scratch. This is almost what I want, except that inserting the key is not straightforward. In principle, typing M-n with the search window open inserts the word-at-point in the minibuffer.
This is great except that sometimes the keys comprise more than one word because they include characters such as colons or underscores. Then M-n doesn't work. For multiword keys, one can use C-w, which inserts from point to end of word, and inserts the following words on repeating the key.
However, apart from the multiple key presses, this will only work if the point is exactly at the beginning of the key. This is an issue, while minor, I would like to fix but currently don't know how. Notes With helm-bibtex one can link BibTeX entries to notes in an org-mode file.
I use a single. The file is specified in your. All comments above apply also to opening the notes. This will typically be the most desired option. Only occurences of these text math delimiters in later loaded packages and in the main document will thus be affected. The purpose of this is to cater for documents which should be subjected to the preview package without having been prepared for it. The remaining options are implemented through the use of driver files.
Unfortunately, there is no other reliable means of passing the current TeX input position in a line to external programs.
In order to make the parsing more robust, this option also switches off quite a few diagnostics that could be misinterpreted. You should not specify this option manually, since it will only be needed by automated runs that want to parse the pseudo error messages.
In addition, prauctex. This caters for the most frequently encountered problematic commands. If you still want it, standard LaTeX provides it with the showkeys package, and there is also the less encompassing showlabels package. So if you are using preview for determing bounding boxes, those packages are mostly useless. The option showlabels offers a substitute for them.
In addition, it is necessary to extract the bounding box comments from the EPS files and convert them into page dimension parameters for Ghostscript in order to avoid full-page graphics. The solution is to use the tightpage option.
The resulting PDF file has separate page dimensions for every page and can directly be converted with one run of Ghostscript into image files.
If neither dvips or pdftex have been specified, the corresponding option will get autodetected and invoked. This is how LyX does its math previews. The default value is 0. If you go below this value, the resulting page size may drop below 1bp, and Ghostscript does not seem to like that.
Only the counters changed since the last output get written, and if no counters changed, nothing gets written at all.
The last such pair is followed by a colon : if it is at the start of the preview snippet, and by a period. The order of different diagnostics like this being issued depends on the order of the specification of the options when calling the package. Systems like preview-latex use this for keeping counters accurate when single previews are regenerated. A convenient editing feature inside of Emacs. Insertions like figures and footnotes except those included in minipages will typically lead to error messages or be lost.
In case the preview package has not been activated, the contents of this environment will be typeset normally. When preview is active, the contents will be discarded like all main text that does not trigger the preview hooks.
When preview is not active, the contents will be typeset just like the main text.