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sloppy and fussy highlighted as incorrect

TXS - Help
2012-04-06
2012-10-17
  • TeXstudio 2.3 (SVN 2471) highlights the \sloppy and \fussy markups as though
    they don't exist. They do seem to have the required actions. Am I doing
    something wrong?

     
  • if you really must use these commands (which in general is not recommended),
    activate the following

    Options/Configure txs/completioN. activarte latex-l2tabu.cwl

     
  • Thanks for your reply, jsundermeyer. I'm using a lot of organic chemical
    nomenclature that has long complicated words. As a beginner , I have the
    impression that more refined solutions are a bit hard to follow. Unless
    someone has contrary advice, I consider that the improvements that could be
    obtained would not be worth the effort if "wordprocessor" quality is all
    that's needed.

    In other words, I just want the text to stay within the margins.

     
  • Thanks for your reply, jsundermeyer. I'm using a lot of organic chemical
    nomenclature that has long complicated words. As a beginner, I have the
    impression that more refined solutions have a steep learning curve and would
    need tweaking every time I modify the text. The improvements that could be
    obtained may not be worth the effort if "wordprocessing" quality is all that's
    needed.

    In other words, I just want the text to stay within the margins.

     
  • Thanks for your reply, jsundermeyer. I'm using a lot of organic chemical
    nomenclature that has long complicated words. As a beginner, I have the
    impression that more refined solutions have a steep learning curve and would
    need tweaking every time I modify the text. The improvements that could be
    obtained may not be worth the effort if "wordprocessing" quality is all that's
    needed.

    In other words, I just want the text to stay within the margins.

     
  • Thanks for your reply, jsundermeyer. I'm using a lot of organic chemical
    nomenclature that has long complicated words. As a beginner, I have the
    impression that more refined solutions have a steep learning curve and would
    need tweaking every time I modify the text. The improvements that could be
    obtained may not be worth the effort if "wordprocessing" quality is all that's
    needed.

    In other words, I just want the text to stay within the margins.