Supercite defines a number of commands that make it easier for you to toggle and set various Supercite variables as you are editing the reply buffer. For example, you may want to turn off filling or whitespace cleanup, but only temporarily. These toggling shortcut commands make this easy to do.
Like Supercite commands in general, the toggling commands are placed on
a keymap prefix within the greater Supercite keymap. For the default
sc-mode-map-prefix, this will be
C-c C-p C-t.
The following commands toggle the value of certain Supercite variables which take only a binary value:
The following commands let you set the value of multi-value variables,
in the same way that Emacs's
One special command is provided to toggle both
This is because you typically want to run Supercite with either variable
nil or non-
nil. The command to toggle these variables
together is bound on C-c C-p C-p.
Finally, the command C-c C-p C-t h (also C-c C-p C-t ?) brings up a Help message on the toggling keymap.