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[AUCTeX] Re: Extremely slow input

From: Christoph Bier
Subject: [AUCTeX] Re: Extremely slow input
Date: Mon, 14 Nov 2005 11:17:43 +0100
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Ralf Angeli schrieb am 13.11.2005 19:38:

> * Christoph Bier (2005-11-13) writes:
>>Ralf Angeli schrieb am 13.11.2005 11:32:
>>>Type `M-x customize-variable RET font-latex-do-multi-line RET', set it
>>>to "Disabled", click "State", click "Save for Future Sessions",
>>>restart Emacs (or type `M-: (font-latex-setup) RET' with the buffer of
>>>your file as the active buffer).
>>Thanks! I changed this setting.
> Does it prevent the slow-down?

Oh, sorry. Yes, it prevents the slow-down.

>>Do I have to expect any
>>disadvantages now?
> Yes, multi-line constructs will not be fontified correctly.

That's what I expected. But I did not know what is meant by
"multi-line constructs" because of automatic line wrapping (correct
expression?). Now I found a multi-line construct (very long graphic

> I am really interested in fixing this without such drawbacks, so if

Me, too.

> possible please send an example file.

Ok, I'll try to create one. This may take some time.

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>>>By the way, we could communicate faster if you included me in the list
>>>of recipients (I know, then you cannot use Gmane anymore). [...]
>>No? Hm.
> I don't know how you sent that mail,

I just replied "to all".

> but it has the disadvantage that
> I have to insert the mailing list address by hand when replying.

So shouldn't I do this?

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