I'm using \enquote command of csquotes package to handle (multilingual) quotations. With Emacs+AUCTeX, I use the three following lines (in .emacs) to be able to call \enquote command by pressing to " ...
When I paste a text inside quotation marks into Emacs+AUCTeX, AUCTeX formats it with a soft red color (see the screenshot below at the first line). I like this color. However, I'm using csquotes ...
I use to keep most of my documents in separate branch files and then /include them in the main tree document. Of course I don't need a preamble for all separate files. In my AUCTeX preferences I set ...
It is possible to make AUCTeX load the spelling dictionary of the language which babel is loaded with. One further convenience would be for it to appropriately react to changes of language within a ...
I use the AUCTeX feature to expand " into csquotes macros. To enable it I have put the following in my .emacs: ;; " expands into csquotes macros (setq LaTeX-csquotes-close-quote "}" ...