I found this page listing principal tags. I would like to add the
<hrule> tag to my document, but can’t figure out how to in the editor. I am able to open the .tm file in a plain old text editor, and manually insert the tag. Manually inserting works well enough, but is there a canonical way to do this?
Hi @natemcintosh, to insert the
<hrule> tag type first a backslash in the document. This causes TeXmacs to change mode (into program mode I think). Then type in the tag (= type
hrule without brackets) and activate by pressing enter. This works for all tags
@pireddag perfect! This is exactly what I needed. I knew there was some quick way to change modes like that that I was missing.
You are welcome. And if you want to insert a text backslash, first press backslash, then tab (in TeXmacs, tab is the standard key to cycle through symbols associated to keypresses)
You can also type
- - - - (four dashes).
This is the double soul of TeXmacs: a structured document that can be typed up using intuitive keyboard shortcuts.