[OS X TeX] Colored words

Aaron Jackson jackson at msrce.howard.edu
Sun Feb 20 22:29:12 CET 2005

On Feb 20, 2005, at 9:07 AM, Alain Schremmer wrote:

> Aaron Jackson wrote:
>> You most likely only need to change the C references to tex, or  
>> something similar, in order to use it as is.  Then just tweek until  
>> you get what you want...
> Awsome! Indeed, all I did was to change C to tex and Hello world to  
> file.tex and there it was.
> Unfortunately, this does not help me. Here is my situation:
> In the process of a step by step instruction, I am refering within my  
> own text to pieces of the TeXShop source code that a person already  
> has. Using the TeXShop look and feel for these pieces of source code  
> would avoid the use of quotes. Here is an example of what I am  
> writing:
>            Say you want to Boldface the word "text". Select "text", Go  
> Window > LaTeX panel > Typeface > Bold. Observe that, in the source,  
> "text" is now the argument of "\textbf{ }". Typeset.
> Most of this is in Body Text but I would like "text" to be in  
> Helvetica, "\textbf" to be in blue Helvetica with the curly braces "{  
> }" in green Helvetica, rather than in Body Text between quotes.

OK.  I see what you are trying to do.  As a dirty hack, if you only  
have one or two references to LaTeX code, you can use the following.   
Of course there's probably a better way to do this with listings  
package, I just don't know how...





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