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Here's my own suggestion for how to change the colors. Notes and suggestions are very welcome (as well as other answers, of course). class current color proposed color ------------------------------------------ keyword #015692 #934301 built_in #b75501 #934301 params unstyled #523014 comment #656e77 #...


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This issue has been raised several times, and the central concern remains the same. When people need to show what they are seeing from TeX, we all need to see exactly what they see. Using some installed TeX system would run the risk of different package versions, etc., which might impact on the situation. More broadly, it's only in a minority of cases that ...


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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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The protected question list is nothing special and compares well with the moderator tools page (viewable at 10k reputation). For some users it is helpful to identify posts that may need attention, while for others it's only something they visit once a month, or once a year, if at all. Both provide access to information that the average user most likely won't ...


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I don't think so. Most answers at best quote from package documentation, which is best inserted via a link if at all. There is very little published work on TeX itself apart from the TeXbook and the PracTeX journal. And this functionality has nothing to do with TeX bibliography packages. You can insert a link by clicking on the circled icon in the image ...


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It's probably not likely to be implemented on a network-wide basis. In the interim, StackPrinter can form part of a Greasemonkey script that you can install which will add a button with every question.


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This answer follows the same principle as my first proposal, only with all colors brightened up a bit, as requested in the comments.


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What I like about the highlighter I use daily (GtkSourceView) is that it colors the known control words differently from the unknown and user-defined control sequences. This makes it easier to skip over the standard things and focus your attention to the new command (which in many cases is the focus of the question as well). At the same time it gives a quick ...


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