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

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How to activate syntax highlighting for multiple references in TexStudio?

I want to enable highlighting for multiple references command \parencites {} of Biblatex package the same as of a similar command for one reference \parencite {} using TexStudio editor. The image ...
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legend problem in highlighting a data plot

I followed the tips on highlighting in data plots at http://www.howtotex.com/tips-tricks/highlighting-in-tikz-plots/ The highlighting does not work well with \addlegendentry. A MWE is shown below. ...
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(Clickable) cross-reference in lstlisting

To generate documentation for an 'application programming interface', I would like to have a syntax highlighted area (with the class declaration), which has clickable links to the documentation (which ...
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Highlighting text for review

I am looking for a way to highlight sections, sentences, etc for review without breaking the paragraphs up. I have tried the package todonotes, but I couldn't get the underlining to work with ...
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How to change (Mac)Vim's syntax highlighting rules for (La)TeX files?

I'm a long-time AUCTeX/Emacs user that switched to Vim/LaTeX-Box recently. I got everything working the way I want and grew pretty fond of Vim, but there's still one unusual thing that bothers me: ...
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How to include program listings in C# with custom font and syntax highlighting in LyX?

I'm rather new to LaTeX and use LyX editor to create my documents. There are similar questions but none of them answer how to do that in LyX. I am wondering, how to include a program listing in ...
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Highlighting extremal values in table when all values are not the same data type

I have a table generated by pgfplotstable, and would like to highlight the maximum value in each row for a particular number of columns. Here is a simple, completely made up, example that should ...
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Highlight R chunks in a Knitr document when working in Kile

When working on a knitr document in kile I can get highlights for the LaTeX parts of the document by adding the *.Rnw file extension in the Modes & Filetypes tab under Open/save configuration ...
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Minted Listings don't behave the way they should

i'm quite new to la/tex and i have a question about the latex package minted and it's listing feature. i'm using a latex template from someone else who gave it to me. He used the listing feature as ...
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highlight glossaries entries on page

I want to highlight my glossaries entries with bold or italic formatting. I have used the following command but then the whole document is very colorful what I didn't want to have it like this. ...
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Kile syntax highlighting: A single dollar sign in the preamble

I'm using Kile to edit my LaTeX documents. I define my own custom environment to hightlight LaTeX code named lstLaTeX with the following code: \documentclass[a4paper]{scrartcl} ...
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Indented Code Blocks Have no Background Color When Generating PDF

As the title says, when I run: pandoc -o book.pdf book.md The code blocks show up in monotype font but with no background color. I've also tried all styles using --highlight-style with no success. ...
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\citep not working if natbib is in the master file

I am building a thesis with a master file and some included files. For example, let say master.tex contains \include{chap1}. The \citep command does highlight in master.tex but not in chap1.tex. I ...
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Highlight the lowest and plus minus using R LaTeX

I am using a similar dataset to the following: a= c("Fruits", "Adam","errorA", "steve", "errorS", "apples", 17.1,2.22, 3.2,1.1, "oranges", 3.1,2.55, 18.1,3.2 ) ...