I don’t think the TeX mode shipped with Emacs has a cheatsheet (or a ‘Refcard’ as they’re often called in the Emacs world). The closest thing. Emacs Shortcut Cheatsheet. Starting Emacs: start emacs emacs. Exiting Emacs: suspend emacs. C-z exit emacs. C-x C-c. Files: read file. C-x C-f visit file other. It is a good idea to make a printout of AUCTEX’s reference card ” or one For detailed information about the preview-latex subsystem of AUCTEX, see.
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David Zureick-Brown 1 9 If you wanted all possible key bindings which the original question does not wantthen you could use C-h b.
LaTeX questions should probably go shfet tex. This is what you want to use most of the time if you trust the advanced ability of AUCTeX to guess the right commands to run. I use the font selection commands a lot, e.
It is like running C-c C-c see below repeatedly, but with just a single key binding. It’s like a compose key for LaTeX mathmode. C-c C-f C-c – cheaat thing for small caps etc.
For commenting, I use the general M-; not mode specific.
RefTeX also provides a lot of convenient options through its menu, including conflicting label detection and fix runs a search-and-replace querydocument-scaled grep, document-scaled aheet and replace. This can then be converted to a few different formats, including LaTeX.
I may have missed stuff in my summarising, please add stuff I’ve missed.
Please add the best tricks to it! I’m always learning cool new stuff about emacs.
Is there a good hotkey cheatsheet for using Latex in Emacs? – Super User
I explicitly wrote that I’m not looking for ALL bindings. I don’t think the TeX mode shipped with Emacs has a cheatsheet or a ‘Refcard’ as they’re often called in the Emacs world. So doing that while the active buffer is a tex file should give you the auctex bindings. C-h m describe-mode displays documentation on the current major mode, which normally describes the commands and features that are changed in this mode.
Of cheeat one wants to use C-c.
The refcard lists many usefull shortcuts. In addition to what Seamus mentioned: It seems that each answer contains good information and accepting one or the other seems odd somehow. Hard stuff may have to touched up by hand in LaTeX, but org gets the basics done nicely, and the ‘basics’ even do a pretty good job at things like tables, math, poetry, document structure, etc. RefTeX understands bibliography commands and will search your. If something like this is not around, maybe having a wiki here would be a nice idea.
Sign up using Email and Password. C-c [ insert citation with key selection lets you search through your bibliographic references and then insert also C-u C-c [ – same thing but prompts for optional arguments. It works as a mode for the efficient outlining, writing, and editing of documents in its own lightweight markup syntax.
C-c C-e figure gets you a figure environment. C-c C-o C-b for folding TeX code. There is an informal convention that major modes use C-c as a prefix, so this is a reasonable thing to try.
C-c [ add citation. To install in Emacs 24 just do: Email Required, but never shown.