[TxMt] Re: @ a letter ?

Alain Matthes alain.matthes at mac.com
Sun Mar 6 19:43:00 UTC 2016


I read this question and answer 

How do I set which characters are considered to be part of a word?

When determining what constitutes a word, the characterClass setting is first consulted (see the previous FAQ item). If this doesn't apply, then the wordCharacters setting is consulted.

You can set wordCharacters by creating a new settings item in the bundle editor with the value:

{ wordCharacters = «value»; }

but I don’t know how to create a new settings item in the bundle editor.


> Le 6 mars 2016 à 20:22, Alain Matthes <alain.matthes at mac.com> a écrit :
> Hello
> I use  a lot of variables with @ in their names like
> \rput at temp but a double-click on \rput at temp selects only
> rput or temp. With TM1 I had the possibilities to
> change but how can I do with TM2?
> Thanks, 
> Best Regards,
> Alain
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