[TxMt] Latex preferences: symbols
bmiller at luther.edu
Fri Aug 12 19:37:24 UTC 2005
I agree that entity.name is wrong, the default ought to do something
sensible. I suppose entity.name.section is consistent with the
default for other languages.
Its easy enough to customize to whatever you want after that.
On Aug 12, 2005, at 2:29 PM, Berndt Farwer wrote:
> Hm, it sure gives the context, but I find it much harder to read
> anyway. The best thing would be a possibility to indent according
> to the context, i.e.
> chapter name
> section name
> subsection name
> subsubsection name
> paragraph name
> ... but I guess this is not possible in the present implementation
> of symbols?!
> On 12 Aug 2005, at 21:12 Uhr, Brad Miller wrote:
>> What do you think about meta.section?
>> I actually like to see the \section or \subsection tags as it
>> helps me put the title in context better.
>> On Aug 12, 2005, at 2:00 PM, Berndt Farwer wrote:
>>> I think the scope for the symbol list preferences of the Latex
>>> bundle ought to be set to "text.latex entity.name.section"
>>> The default of "text.latex entity.name" shows every "\item” in
>>> the "Go to symbol ..." (cmd-shift-t) list.
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