I would like to use CDLatex not just in specific Latex environments but anywhere. For example to quickly add emphasis or curly brackets for lesser used commands.

Currently when typing a'e nothing happens, but $a'e gets correctly expanded to $\mathem{a}. I would like a'e to be expanded to \emph{a} just like in auctex.

I tried setting #+begin_export latex but it didn't work, and showed up on the final PDF.

  • What about /a/ for \emph{a} in "normal" text?
    – Tobias
    Commented Jan 25, 2022 at 16:07
  • That would work for \emph, but there are some other wrappers like it I want to use as well.
    – walterh
    Commented Jan 26, 2022 at 11:14


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