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I am new user of auctex/reftex and the reftex-toc-function is brilliant. However, on my small screen a lot of space is wasted when I have a document with only chapters, or even sections. (I put the toc on the left side of my 11-inch screen.)

Parts are indented with one leading space, chapters with three, sections with five. Is it possible to remove/hide the extraneous indentation when it is not needed?

Examples:

TABLE-OF-CONTENTS on ~/test.tex
SPC=view TAB=goto RET=goto+hide [q]uit [r]escan [l]abels [f]ollow [x]r [?]Help
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 Part I Part level
    1 Chapter level
      1.1 Section Level

Document with no parts or chapters:

------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      1 This document has only sections
      2 Like this
      3 And this
1

The indentation is set by variable reftex-level-indent. Its default value is 2, that is why indentation is 1,3,5 etc.

-- User Option: reftex-level-indent

Number of spaces to be used for indentation per section level.

You may simply set it to 0.

This way, all levels are indented at 1, I don't know how to get rid of the remaining initial space.

  • Great! But this removes the subsequent indentation? Well. I guess setting it to 1 is a good compromise. Would be nice to get rid of the initial space though. – trmdttr Aug 19 '16 at 13:30

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