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bug#48582: Issue with font-latex-deactivated-keyword-classes

From: Arash Esbati
Subject: bug#48582: Issue with font-latex-deactivated-keyword-classes
Date: Sat, 22 May 2021 18:55:03 +0200
User-agent: Gnus/5.13 (Gnus v5.13) Emacs/28.0.50

Hi Augusto,

Augusto Stoffel <arstoffel@gmail.com> writes:

> I'm using the following value of `font-latex-deactivated-keyword-classes`,
> in order to get a more sober appearance:
>     (setq-default font-latex-deactivated-keyword-classes
>                   '("variable" "biblatexnoarg" "biblatex" "reference"
>                     "function" "textual" "type-command" "type-declaration"))
> With this, I would hope to remove most font locking, and in particular
> everything with `font-lock-keyword-face', but keep, say,
> `font-latex-italic-face' and the `font-latex-sectioning-*' faces.
> The problem is that the above setting still adds
> `font-lock-keyword-face' to sectioning and font-changing commands, say
> "\section" and "\emph".  This is not a very useful result.  I would
> expect to be able to control the highlighting of section titles and
> sectioning macro names independently.

AUCTeX also gives you the ability to control fontification of certain
keywords.  From the manual[1]:

    Deactivating defaults of built-in keyword classes

    font-latex ships with predefined lists of keywords for the classes
    described above. You can disable these defaults per class by customizing
    the variable font-latex-deactivated-keyword-classes. [...]

    You can also get rid of certain keywords only. For example if you want
    to remove highlighting of footnotes as references you can put the
    following stanza into your init file:

      (eval-after-load "font-latex"
          (remove (assoc-string "footnote"

Did you try the technique described above?

Best, Arash


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