[texworks] translation updates

Jonathan Kew jfkthame at googlemail.com
Fri Jul 10 11:47:58 CEST 2009

On 10 Jul 2009, at 10:36, Mojca Miklavec wrote:

> Just a simple question: what exactly are TeX tags?
> I see now that there are sections displayed in hierarchy (so basically
> table of contents in a way).
> Is there anything else inside TeX tags (like figures, tables, ...) or
> may I simply translate the string "Tags" to "Sections"? (So far I used
> a literal translation, but I would never associate a tag with
> "section".)

There's a file in the configuration folder that defines the regexes  
used to match "tags"; the default setup tries to recognize LaTeX  
sectioning commands, of course, but as a ConTeXt user you might like  
to customize this.

In addition to the sectioning commands, the default setup also  
recognizes lines of the form

%:some text here

as "tags" that are not part of the section hierarchy, and appear in a  
separate area of the "tags" panel; this lets you put arbitrary  
bookmarks in your source file, and return to them easily.

> Mojca
> PS: my \subsubsubsections are a bit (too) far on right. It might make
> sense to add a tiny bit less alignment for subsequent levels, but
> that's not so important.

Hmmm, yes, it might be nice to adjust this. I hope you've noticed that  
you can resize the panel, and/or drag it out to become a separate  
floating window; this might be preferable if you have lots of long  

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