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Source code changes of the file "TeXmacs/doc/main/editing/man-structured-variants.en.tm" between
TeXmacs-1.99.8-src.tar.gz and TeXmacs-1.99.9-src.tar.gz

About: GNU TeXmacs is a what-you-see-is-what-you-get scientific text editor, which was both inspired by TeX and GNU Emacs.

man-structured-variants.en.tm  (TeXmacs-1.99.8-src):man-structured-variants.en.tm  (TeXmacs-1.99.9-src)
<TeXmacs|1.99.5> <TeXmacs|1.99.8>
<style|<tuple|tmdoc|english|pari>> <style|<tuple|tmdoc|english|pari|old-spacing>>
<\body> <\body>
<tmdoc-title|Structured variants> <tmdoc-title|Structured variants>
When creating an environment like a theorem, an equation or a list, it When creating an environment like a theorem, an equation or a list, it
frequently happens that one would like to change the environment <em|a frequently happens that one would like to change the environment <em|a
posteriori>. The keyboard shortcuts<nbsp><shortcut|(variant-circulate posteriori>. The keyboard shortcuts<nbsp><shortcut|(variant-circulate
(focus-tree) #t)> and <shortcut|(variant-circulate (focus-tree) #f)> allow (focus-tree) #t)> and <shortcut|(variant-circulate (focus-tree) #f)> allow
you to cycle through the list of <em|structured variants> of the innermost you to cycle through the list of <em|structured variants> of the innermost
tag, in forward or backward direction, respectively. tag, in forward or backward direction, respectively.
For instance, assuming that you are inside a theorem, pressing For instance, assuming that you are inside a theorem, pressing
<shortcut|(variant-circulate (focus-tree) #t)> several times will change <shortcut|(variant-circulate (focus-tree) #t)> several times will change
the theorem into a proposition, a lemma, a corollary, a conjecture, and the theorem into a proposition, a lemma, a corollary, a conjecture, and
finally back into a theorem. The <shortcut|(variant-circulate (focus-tree) finally back into a theorem. The <shortcut|(variant-circulate (focus-tree)
#f)> key allows you to cycle in the reverse direction: #f)> key allows you to cycle in the reverse direction:
theorem<nbsp><math|<op|\<rightarrow\>>> theorem<nbsp><math|<op|\<rightarrow\>>>
conjectur<nbsp><math|<op|\<rightarrow\>>> conjecture<nbsp><math|<op|\<rightarrow\>>>
corollary<nbsp><math|<op|\<rightarrow\>>> corollary<nbsp><math|<op|\<rightarrow\>>>
lemma<nbsp><math|<op|\<rightarrow\>>> proposition<nbsp><math|<op|\<rightarrow\ >>> lemma<nbsp><math|<op|\<rightarrow\>>> proposition<nbsp><math|<op|\<rightarrow\ >>>
theorem. theorem.
In the case of mathematical formulas, the <shortcut|(variant-circulate In the case of mathematical formulas, the <shortcut|(variant-circulate
(focus-tree) #t)> shortcut allows you to change an inline formula such as (focus-tree) #t)> shortcut allows you to change an inline formula such as
<math|a<rsup|2>+b<rsup|2>=c<rsup|2>> into the displayed formula <math|a<rsup|2>+b<rsup|2>=c<rsup|2>> into the displayed formula
<\equation*> <\equation*>
a<rsup|2>+b<rsup|2>=c<rsup|2> a<rsup|2>+b<rsup|2>=c<rsup|2>
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