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X-Symbol Manual

When you edit LaTeX, HTML, BibTeX or TeXinfo sources in Emacs, package X-Symbol provides some kind of WYSIWYG by using real characters for tokens like \oplus or ™. It also provides various input methods to insert these characters. Thumbnails for included images and real super-/subscripts and are also supported.

The first part of this master menu lists the major nodes in this Info document, including the indexes. The rest of the menu lists all the lower level nodes in the document.

This is Edition 4.5.2 (XEmacs) of the X-Symbol Manual for X-Symbol 4.5.1, December 2003. For recent changes, see 9.1 News: Changes in Recent Versions of X-Symbol.

Bug fixes, bug reports, improvements, and suggestions are strongly appreciated. If you want to contact the maintainer of package X-Symbol, please read 8.5 How to Send a Bug/Problem Report.

1. Introduction  Introduction to X-Symbol.
2. Installation  What to do before using package X-Symbol.
3. Concepts of Package X-Symbol  Token language, conversion, coding, etc.
4. X-Symbol's Input Methods  How to insert X-Symbol characters.
5. Features of Package X-Symbol  Super-/subscripts, images, info, etc.
6. Supported Token Languages  Details of the predefined token languages.
7. X-Symbol Internals  How package X-Symbol works.
8. Problems, Troubleshooting  Annoyances, contacting the maintainer.
9. History and Projects  Changes, wishlist, projects.
Indexes  Menus covering various topics.

To print out the manual, you might want to download the PDF version (~730k) or the Postscript version (~720k), both in A4 format. Other formats can be produced from the TeXinfo source in the distribution of X-Symbol.

This document was generated by Christoph Wedler on December, 8 2003 using texi2html