nilmeans, 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.
nilmeans, 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:
The option is ignored when
- Never refontify.
- Always refontify.
- Refontify when necessary, e.g., with old versions of the x-symbol package.
nilmeans, 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).
Face name to highlight cursor selected item in toc and selection buffers. See also the variable
Face name to highlight mouse selected item in toc and selection buffers. See also the variable
Face name for section headings in toc and selection buffers.
Face name for bibliographic information in bib selection buffer.
Face name for the start of a new letter section in the index.