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mhp's code didn't work out for me on my windows 8 machine, so i changed his code to: add_cus_dep('glo', 'gls', 0, 'run_makeglossaries'); add_cus_dep('acn', 'acr', 0, 'run_makeglossaries'); sub run_makeglossaries { if ( $silent ) { system "makeglossaries -q$_[0]"; } else { system "makeglossaries \$_[0]"; }; } push @generated_exts, 'glo', ...

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No, it's not possible to do what you ask for, unless you completely change TeX's way of parsing input, examining token by token the text. However I'm afraid this would break infinitely many constructions of LaTeX. It might be possible with LuaTeX, but some expert's advice would be needed. Marking the input with a macro is the really practical way.

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You can just create two foreach loops, and only specify the position for the ones you want to change: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{amsmath} \usepackage{tikz} \usepackage[english]{babel} \begin{document} \tikzstyle{vertex}=[draw=black!25,shape=circle,fill=black!25, edge=black!25,minimum size=20pt,inner sep=0pt] \tikzstyle{edge} = [draw,thick,-] ...

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you've already separated the different elements, providing spaces between the distinct equations comprising each language and separately coding these equations as math (even though the space between the first two is, probably inadvertently, omitted). unfortunately, these spaces don't fall in a place that is optimal for tex to break the line. the ultimate ...

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Yes. There is one that I knew. More details, see this link.

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