On Mon, Jan 9, 2012 at 11:31 AM, Nicolas Goaziou
<address@hidden> wrote:
>> One workaround would be to remove "$" as a math delimiter from
>> `org-format-latex-options'.
> How about another idea... would it be possible to remove "\$" as a math
> delimiter? I *do* use $math$ a bit, at least in this document, and have
> =TeX:t and LaTeX:t= in my options... thus, I'm very careful about prefixing
> "\" to any instances of $ and %. Removing \$ as a math delimiter or making
> "\" register as the "universal escape character" would also do the trick.
>
> If I removed $ as you suggest, could I use \begin{math}/\end{math} inline?
> I have quite a bit of inline math.
You can already use \(inline math\). I don't think there is
a need for extra syntax.
Ah. Neat. I was unaware of this. That should do it. I'd still kind of prefer not to have to tweak around with stuff. Given that special combinations of "\" + "char" are LaTeX specific, it would seem that a natural combination would be to activate such combinations when LaTeX:t is used in #+options.
Your solution will work for me for now.
Thanks for the assistance!
John
Regards,
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Nicolas Goaziou