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Re: [O] fill paragraph: math and latex environments

From: Albert Z. Wang
Subject: Re: [O] fill paragraph: math and latex environments
Date: Mon, 17 Sep 2012 20:37:10 -0400
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Nicolas Goaziou <address@hidden> writes:

> Hello,
> address@hidden (Albert Z. Wang) writes:
>> I've just recently been having an issue I was wondering if anybody
>> could help with, namely, that fill-paragraph does not seem to work as
>> expected.
>> For display math equations delimited as
>> \[
>> a^2 + b^2 = c^2
>> \]
>> the equation gets folded inline -- seems to work fine with explicit
>> environments though ( \begin{equation*}...\end{equation*} ).  Has
>> anybody else experienced this?  Tweaking paragraph-start and
>> paragraph-separate do not seem to be doing the trick...
> Yes, \[...\] constructs are considered as inline objects (they belong to
> a paragraph, so they will be filled along with the paragraph). On the
> other hand, \begin{equation*} environments are full-fledged elements:
> they do not belong to a paragraph and are not filled.

Thanks for the clarification!  Is there an easy way to have them be
treated as full-fledged environments?  I usually prefer to use the above
for unnumbered display equations since it reduces visual clutter and
looks closer to the intent.

I've noticed that adding "\\\\\\[" and "\\\\\\]" to
org-element-paragraph-separate will prevent complete inlining, but that
the newline after the mark will be removed, which makes the formatting a
little less clear.  Is it possible to treat \[ ... \] as full-fledged
unnumbered equation environments?  My own understanding of how the
parser works is insufficient to the task of changing its behavior

It's not a very big deal, but if there's an easy way to accomplish this
I'd appreciate any help.  



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