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comment Highlighting paragraph as own opinion
I like the first version. different than I envisioned it first, but I agree with you that less is more in this context
Jul
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comment Highlighting paragraph as own opinion
I do not want to have comments on comments, so nesting is not an issue. Using todo with inline would work as a work-around, but again it might not be immediately obvious to the reader what that colouring means.
Jul
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comment Highlighting paragraph as own opinion
it wont be comments in the middle of a paragraph. From my current use, I think it will span at least on paragraph but stay within one (sub/subsub)section. I am looking in tcolorbox now
Jul
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comment Highlighting paragraph as own opinion
the shading option is not too bad, ideally I would like to have some text in the margins 'explaining' why these parts are shaded
Jul
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comment Highlighting paragraph as own opinion
Yes I am using todo for simple comments to myself and the reviewers. I decided against them for these 'my own opinion' parts, because they will include considerable amounts of text as well as math and stuff.
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asked Highlighting paragraph as own opinion
Sep
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awarded  Scholar
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accepted configure git to work with latex (i.e. use dots instead of lines as reference points)
Sep
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comment configure git to work with latex (i.e. use dots instead of lines as reference points)
I like your style of putting the space at the beginning after the newlines. I think I agree that it is quite readable. I will try it. I accept your answer.
Sep
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comment configure git to work with latex (i.e. use dots instead of lines as reference points)
(gave an example how the optical structure would be destroyed in the thread starting post)
Sep
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Sep
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revised configure git to work with latex (i.e. use dots instead of lines as reference points)
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Sep
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comment configure git to work with latex (i.e. use dots instead of lines as reference points)
If I understood correctly, that is what I am doing atm. My paragraphs are separated by two new lines. Making a new line each sentence would destroy this optical structure in the tex file.
Sep
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comment configure git to work with latex (i.e. use dots instead of lines as reference points)
I do not like the post processing idea, because then the versioned tex(t) is different from the one I wrote. Thats a source of error I would not like to introduce just to get a smaller git repository. I think the posts with latexdiff are quite some idea. Maybe it is possible to change the diff program that git uses for a repository
Sep
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comment configure git to work with latex (i.e. use dots instead of lines as reference points)
Well that is true that in programming languages and as well as in the "command-parts" in Latex new lines help structuring the document. In text those structures are paragraphs not sentences. And keeping sentences together makes it easier to read the tex document if it contains much text. You would not write your (c/c++) code with a new line after each word either, would you?
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asked configure git to work with latex (i.e. use dots instead of lines as reference points)