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8.10 Fontification

— User Option: reftex-use-fonts

Non-nil means, use fonts in label menu and on-the-fly help. Font-lock must be loaded as well to actually get fontified display. After changing this option, a rescan may be necessary to activate it.

— User Option: reftex-refontify-context

Non-nil means, re-fontify the context in the label menu with font-lock. This slightly slows down the creation of the label menu. It is only necessary when you definitely want the context fontified.

This option may have 3 different values:

nil
Never refontify.
t
Always refontify.
1
Refontify when necessary, e.g., with old versions of the x-symbol package.
The option is ignored when reftex-use-fonts is nil.

— User Option: reftex-highlight-selection

Non-nil means, highlight selected text in selection and *toc* buffers. Normally, the text near the cursor is the selected text, and it is highlighted. This is the entry most keys in the selection and *toc* buffers act on. However, if you mainly use the mouse to select an item, you may find it nice to have mouse-triggered highlighting instead or as well. The variable may have one of these values:

          nil      No highlighting.
          cursor   Highlighting is cursor driven.
          mouse    Highlighting is mouse driven.
          both     Both cursor and mouse trigger highlighting.

Changing this variable requires to rebuild the selection and *toc* buffers to become effective (keys g or r).

— User Option: reftex-cursor-selected-face

Face name to highlight cursor selected item in toc and selection buffers. See also the variable reftex-highlight-selection.

— User Option: reftex-mouse-selected-face

Face name to highlight mouse selected item in toc and selection buffers. See also the variable reftex-highlight-selection.

— User Option: reftex-file-boundary-face

Face name for file boundaries in selection buffer.

— User Option: reftex-label-face

Face name for labels in selection buffer.

— User Option: reftex-section-heading-face

Face name for section headings in toc and selection buffers.

— User Option: reftex-toc-header-face

Face name for the header of a toc buffer.

— User Option: reftex-bib-author-face

Face name for author names in bib selection buffer.

— User Option: reftex-bib-year-face

Face name for year in bib selection buffer.

— User Option: reftex-bib-title-face

Face name for article title in bib selection buffer.

— User Option: reftex-bib-extra-face

Face name for bibliographic information in bib selection buffer.

— User Option: reftex-select-mark-face

Face name for marked entries in the selection buffers.

— User Option: reftex-index-header-face

Face name for the header of an index buffer.

— User Option: reftex-index-section-face

Face name for the start of a new letter section in the index.

— User Option: reftex-index-tag-face

Face name for index names (for multiple indices).

— User Option: reftex-index-face

Face name for index entries.