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Looking at https://tex.meta.stackexchange.com/editing-help there is apparently a way to specify that no syntax highlighting should take place by specifying <!-- language: lang-none --> at the beginning of the post and then you can get \keys_define:nn { sort } as desired.


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Hmmm... looking around after posting in Meta I found this in the highlight.js site: «At best I'd consider our Latex support to be more of a "placeholder" than a real grammar... If someone would like to pitch in here to help I'd be more than happy to answer any HLJS specific questions about our grammars, etc.»


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That can't be done due to privacy concerns: Since the pasteboard may contain sensitive data, javascript in a web page is not allowed read access. There is ongoing work allowing this in very limited contexts, though. For example, see Async Clipboard API (WebKit); especially, the headline “Security and Privacy”. But if you have to respond to a privacy related ...


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Done! Mission accomplished. Thank you.


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For a more complete picture: that answer has been flagged two times: as being "not an answer" for having "very low quality" So for me the completed question becomes: should a moderator delete badly shaped answers with bad content (see barbara's comment there to know why) after users complained? You linked two good existing meta ...


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