My question is not concerned with the output, but the readability of the input.
I am looking for advice for making text-heavy latex code more readable. I know there are already topics on making code more readable, and I get that I should indent, etc. But I still find that when I am writing text-heavy latex code it ends up not as readable as I would like.
I think my issue is that, let's say there are 5 paragraphs, each 4 or so (full) lines each, and with a bit of math mode in-between ($c=0$, $x \leq y$ etc). Then you have ~20 lines, with only 4 lines separating them. The lines may also be of different lengths depending on where you break them.
I am asking how people make these more readable. All I can think of is perhaps using comment lines (%) to add more space, but then there is % signs everywhere. Or perhaps aiming to break every line at about the same length, but I find this difficult unless I constantly break mid-sentence. Also, regarding breaking text lines, where do people tend to break them? Because I often have to break them mid-sentence...
Any chance part of the issue is the fact that my code is in a window the size of half my 13-inch screen? (so it is somewhat compressed)? Resolution is standard, though (hd). That is, perhaps it is suggested to work in full-screen mode?