[texworks] HELP with Tw 0.4.3 syntax highlighting

Carlo Marmo carlo.marmo at gmail.com
Wed Jul 13 23:40:48 CEST 2011

Thank you.
Last question, I promise. Where can I find some examples of syntax
highlighting, in order to figure out what kind of problems it is design to

On Wed, Jul 13, 2011 at 10:48 PM, Charlie Sharpsteen
<chuck at sharpsteen.net>wrote:

> On Wed, Jul 13, 2011 at 1:10 PM, Carlo Marmo <carlo.marmo at gmail.com>wrote:
>> All I wanna do is to improve my file.tex readability, adding very simple
>> text formatting.
>> When using MS Word for my scientific writing, I jot down the main these of
>> the chapter (section, subsection...)  right at the top of it and use it to
>> remind me where I am and where I want to go. As I said, basic formatting is
>> what I
>> *THESIS: *This is the poin I want to make in the present section. I'll
>> expose my thesis
>>                          EVIDENCE 1 these data prove that blabla
>> .
>>                          EVIDENCE 2 these data prove that....
> The syntax highlighting was designed to highlight text that has a very
> regular and predictable structure in a way that works consistently from
> document to document. The example you give seems very document-specific, it
> may be difficult to write highlighting rules that do what you want as it
> seems like your problem is in a different domain that the problems syntax
> highlighting was designed to solve.
> Try activating the following menu item: `Window->Show->Tags`. This will add
> a sidebar that will allow you to jump around to the sections/subsections/etc
> of your document. Hopefully it provides some of the functionality you are
> looking for.
> -Charlie
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