The bindings for Latex are defined in hklatex.emf.
As far as I can make out f6, f7, f8 are bound to
list generating functions. You may have created
your own bindings. You can check the active
Do this in the tex buffer, this will show you what
the key bindings are. The local buffer ones are
listed at the top.
As for z, u, t, r - I do not see these
To unbind any of the bindings then create
a "mylatex.emf" in your user directory
with the following:-
!force buffer-unbind-key "f7" ; Unbind latex-list-section
!force buffer-unbind-key "f8" ; Unbind latext-list-label
Note that the !force is there incase it fails when
Hope that helps
Bastian Kruse wrote:
> Sometimes if I press a z, u or t (or r, 6,7 and 8) the generating
> contents list function is started und the cursor starts to jump
> between my *.tex file und the new opened window.
> I don´t know the exact reason for this. There are times it happens
> every time I press one of the named keys. On the other hand most of
> the time this is no problem at all.
> Working under dos.
> Is there a way to disable the generating contents list function or
> what else should I do to solve this problem ?
> Thanks !