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Re: [AUCTeX] AucTeX Outline Mode

From: Ralf Angeli
Subject: Re: [AUCTeX] AucTeX Outline Mode
Date: Mon, 01 Feb 2010 21:25:25 +0100

* Falk Pollok (2010-01-31) writes:

> a) I'm new to Emacs and desperately trying to fold every List-Environment 
> (nested itemize and enumerate) of my document to be able to navigate to 
> certain sections as fast as possible.

Are you using RefTeX?  It provides a function to display a table of
contents which can also be used to jump to specific sections.  The key
binding is `C-c ='.  Perhaps that would be better than using outlining
or folding.

> If I enable folding and choose "Hide All 
> In Buffer", environments are not folded, whereas manual C-c C-o C-o achieves 
> the desired result, but is extremely tedious in huge files.

Per default only "comment" environments are folded when folding a

> I selected environments in the Type List, but this didn't help either. I also 
> tried Emacs Outlining, which is (from what I understand) at least a close 
> approximation to what I'm trying to achieve, but this approach failed as well 
> (I just copied (setq outline-minor-mode-prefix "\C-c\C-o[ tried additional 
> \C-x 
> - didn't help]") ; to the beginning of my .emacs file as suggested in the 
> manual).

What exactly did you try and what did you expect to happen?


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