[texworks] Hello and a few suggestions

Till Rettig till.rettig at gmx.de
Fri May 22 12:22:44 CEST 2009

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>Datum: Fri, 22 May 2009 12:00:04 +0200
>Von: texworks-request at tug.org
>An: texworks at tug.org
>Marcin Borkowski wrote:
>I have, however, a few suggestions and remarks.
>(a) it is unlikely that someone actually uses such a character string in
>a TeX document; usually, you either want "\langle ... \rangle", or (in
>maths) "... < ... < ..." (with both signs having the same "direction").
>End of texworks Digest, Vol 10, Issue 14

just my small comment: I use the csquotes package regularly which enables intelligent quoting. Here you are almost urged to define a shortcut for quotation signs that is just <quoted word>. Also otherwise I would treat them as brackets, i.g. they are sometimes used to group something together and that should be seen in the printed text.


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