(reftex)Table of Contents
Table of Contents ***************** Pressing the keys `C-c =' pops up a buffer showing the table of contents of the document. By default, this `*toc*' buffer shows only the sections of a document. Using the `l' and `i' keys you can display all labels and index entries defined in the document as well. With the cursor in any of the lines denoting a location in the document, simple key strokes will display the corresponding part in another window, jump to that location, or perform other actions. Here is a list of special commands in the `*toc*' buffer. A summary of this information is always available by pressing `?'. General ....... `?' Display a summary of commands. `0-9, -' Prefix argument. Moving around ............. `n' Goto next entry in the table of context. `p' Goto previous entry in the table of context. `C-c C-n' Goto next section heading. Useful when many labels and index entries separate section headings. `C-c C-p' Goto previous section heading. `N z' Jump to section N, using the prefix arg. For example, `3 z' jumps to section 3. Access to document locations ............................ `<SPC>' Show the corresponding location in another window. This command does _not_ select that other window. `<TAB>' Goto the location in another window. `<RET>' Go to the location and hide the `*toc*' buffer. This will restore the window configuration before `reftex-toc' (`C-c =') was called. `mouse-2' Clicking with mouse button 2 on a line has the same effect as <RET>. See also variable `reftex-highlight-selection', Note: Options (Fontification). `f' Toggle follow mode. When follow mode is active, the other window will always show the location corresponding to the line at point in the `*toc*' buffer. This is similar to pressing <SPC> after each cursor motion. The default for this flag can be set with the variable `reftex-toc-follow-mode'. Note that only context in files already visited is shown. RefTeX will not visit a file just for follow mode. See, however, the variable `reftex-revisit-to-follow'. `.' Show calling point in another window. This is the point from where `reftex-toc' was last called. Exiting ....... `q' Hide the `*toc*' buffer, return to the position where `reftex-toc' was last called. `k' Kill the `*toc*' buffer, return to the position where `reftex-toc' was last called. `C-c >' Switch to the `*Index*' buffer of this document. With prefix `2', restrict the index to the section at point in the `*toc*' buffer. Controlling what gets displayed ............................... `t' Change the maximum level of toc entries displayed in the `*toc*' buffer. Without prefix arg, all levels will be included. With prefix arg (e.g `3 t'), ignore all toc entries with level greater than ARG (3 in this case). Chapters are level 1, sections are level 2. The mode line `T<>' indicator shows the current value. The default depth can be configured with the variable `reftex-toc-max-level'. `F' Toggle the display of the file borders of a multifile document in the `*toc*' buffer. The default for this flag can be set with the variable `reftex-toc-include-file-boundaries'. `l' Toggle the display of labels in the `*toc*' buffer. The default for this flag can be set with the variable `reftex-toc-include-labels'. When called with a prefix argument, RefTeX will prompt for a label type and include only labels of the selected type in the `*toc*' buffer. The mode line `L<>' indicator shows which labels are included. `i' Toggle the display of index entries in the `*toc*' buffer. The default for this flag can be set with the variable `reftex-toc-include-index-entries'. When called with a prefix argument, RefTeX will prompt for a specific index and include only entries in the selected index in the `*toc*' buffer. The mode line `I<>' indicator shows which index is used. `c' Toggle the display of label and index context in the `*toc*' buffer. The default for this flag can be set with the variable `reftex-toc-include-context'. Updating the buffer ................... `g' Rebuild the `*toc*' buffer. This does _not_ rescan the document. `r' Reparse the LaTeX document and rebuild the `*toc*' buffer. When `reftex-enable-partial-scans' is non-nil, rescan only the file this location is defined in, not the entire document. `C-u r' Reparse the _entire_ LaTeX document and rebuild the `*toc*' buffer. `x' Switch to the `*toc*' buffer of an external document. When the current document is using the `xr' package (Note: xr (LaTeX package)), RefTeX will switch to one of the external documents. In order to define additional commands for the `*toc*' buffer, the keymap `reftex-toc-map' may be used. The section macros recognized by RefTeX are all LaTeX section macros (from `\part' to `\subsubparagraph') and the commands `\addchap' and `\addsec' from the KOMA-Script classes. Additional macros can be configured with the variable `reftex-section-levels'. It is also possible to add certain LaTeX environments to the table of contents. This is probably only useful for theorem-like environments. Note: Defining Label Environments, for an example.
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