Document tree view for LaTeX.
subparagraphlabels in a LaTeX document.
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latex-tree on the 'Install' page of Settings, then click 'Install'.
Latex Tree: Toggle Tree View command in the command palette.
Alternatively, use the keybinding
cmd-alt-m for macOS) to toggle the tree view.
You can change the default keybinding too.
This package supports LaTeX documents with multiple files using the commands
\subincludefrom (from the import package).
You could also specify the main root file by using the "TeX Magic Comment"
% !TEX root = ../main.tex
at the beginning of each subfile included by the main root file
(see the documentation for the
latex package for more details).
This would cause the document tree to be generated from the main root file instead of the current file.
This is the frequency for which the document tree view should be updated.
If you experience lags when you type, try lowering the update frequency or changing to On Save Only.
You can choose between:
High: tree view will be updated very shortly after you stop typing. (note: this setting uses Atom's
Medium: tree view will not update more than every 0.5s.
Low: tree view will not update more than every 2s.
On Save Only: tree view will only update when you save the document.
This could be disabled if you do not want to focus back to the current text editor after clicking an item in the tree view.
This could be disabled if you do not want the corresponding item in the tree view to be highlighted according to the current cursor position. If you experience lags when you move the cursor, try disabling this option.
If you experience any problems with this package, please open an issue on GitHub.
latex-tree: Document tree view for LaTeX. Copyright (C) 2017-2018 Raphael Chung This program is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or any later version. This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU General Public License for more details.
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