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If I do this:

M-x highlight-regexp \cite{\(.+\)}

then pick a color. Later, if want to unhiglight all previous higlights, I have to do them one by one, e.g.

M-x unhighlight-regexp \cite{\(.+\)}

Is there not a command to un-highlight all?

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    The docs for unhighlight-regexp suggest using C-u and then M-x unhighlight-regexp to remove all of them.
    – amitp
    Apr 8, 2020 at 4:32
  • @amitp: Please consider providing that info as an answer. Comments can be deleted at any time. Thx.
    – Drew
    Apr 8, 2020 at 16:58

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The docs for unhighlight-regexp suggest using C-u and then M-x unhighlight-regexp to remove all of them. (credits: @amitp)

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