{highlighting} is about highlighting document elements. Use this tag in addition to other tags specifying what should be highlighted.

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Highlighting line ranges in listings

I've put here one adaptation for "no-beamer" documents of this code. Thanks a lot for the indications given below by Daniel. % Sources : % 1) ...
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\fbox inside listings

I am trying to highlight a specific line inside a listing with listinline. The code I am currently using looks like this: \begin{lstlisting}[escapechar=!] class A { void m() { B b = ... ...
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Fixing a code to highlight formulas and text on several lines

In this post I've found the following amazing code to highlight text on several lines. The problem is that code dosen't work well with formulas : for example, fraction using the mode display are ...
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Using pdfliteral to highlight text

Using pdfliteral, one can color text like the following: w1_prev = node.new("whatsit","pdf_literal") w1_prev.data = "q 1 0 0 rg" w1_prev.mode = 1 w2_prev = ...
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Highlight foreground text using overpic?

I am using the overpic package to edit a pre-created pdf by writing notes in between the lines using \put(){$$} for each line. Im having difficulty however using the soul package and \hl to ...
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How to highlight own keywords in HTML lstlistings?

I would like to highlight some words in a lstlisting. The language is HTML. However, \emph seems not to be working with HTML. Any suggestions how I could work around this problem? Right now I have: ...
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Highlight environment by setting a gray background color

The title explains everything. I have a theorem with ntheorem and want to highlight it with a gray background color. What would be the easiest way to achieve this?
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Emphasizing a string in code example using showexpl

I am writing documentation for a package using the showexpl package which in turn uses the listings package. When using listing I can highlight a portion of the code like this: ...
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Highlight in beamer in the table of contents the line corresponding to the forthcoming section

I am preparing a presentation with beamer. Before each new section I show the table of contents. I wonder how can I somehow highlight the line of the table of contents with corresponds to the new ...
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Package or tool for visualizing differences [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: What is a good way to show changes between two versions I done a bunch of updates in an article. I have a copy of an old revision of the paper. Now I would like to ...
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Custom command inside soul package's \hl

I'm having trouble with the soul package and its \hl command. The soul package's manual says I should not nest soul commands, which I didn't. \textsc works inside \hl. However, the following throws an ...
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Ruby highlighter for LaTeX

I'm looking for a package that can highlight ruby source code in LaTeX. I've found this thread: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/1966425/source-code-highlighting-in-latex But it is from 2009, and ...
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Representing linguistic text annotations in LaTeX

I'm writing a document describing the semantics of opinion phrases in English, and in order to do so, I'm annotating particular spans of text as having particular semantic functions within the ...
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listings package - Can I include a backslash \ in language keyword (\begin) for syntax highlighting in LaTeX code?

I want to highlight a LaTeX code (including backslash \, e.g. \begin). Unfortunately, by default a LaTeX listings package does syntax highlighting only keywords WITHOUT back slash (e.g. begin).
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Listings package: How to highlight math operators?

I am using the listings package to include GAUSS code to Latex. E.g. like this: \lstset{ emph={proc,retp,endp,local}, emphstyle=\color{blue}\textbf, emph={[2]=,.^,./,=}, emphstyle={[2]\color{red}} } ...
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Typesetting LaTeX Source Code with the listings package

I am writing some documentation for a LaTeX package, in which I am going to be including some example LaTeX code. What is the best way to typeset that code? I know I could just use verbatim, but it ...
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Using keywords including a dot in the name with the listings package

I am using the listings package which works like charm in most cases. I tried to define new languages for my needs with the help of morekeywords options in \lstset, but entering special keywords ...
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pass “global” options to minted/fancyvrb

Is there a way to override default options for the minted environment, rather than having to specify them for each and every snippet of code ? In other words, is there an equivalent to listings's ...
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Cg Code in Latex

I am writing some document which contains Cg (C for Graphics) code in the document. I want to show the code in a neat highlighted mode. Any easy method to suggest? I tried the listings package but it ...
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What is a good way to show changes between two versions

I would like to highlight changes between two versions of a LaTeX document. I have both my versions in git. Is there an easy way of generating a output document where all changes are highlighted. So ...
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Mark changes since last edition with bars in the margin

I would like to mark the parts of my document that have changed since the last revision with vertical bars in the margin. Is there a package to help with this? Is there a tool that can compare two ...