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You can use mmm-mode available at GNU Elpa. There are examples how mmm-mode is to be configured. In your case the following Elisp lines in your init file should work. When you open a LaTeX file with markdown environments those are highlighted in grey. If you put point within those regions markdown-mode becomes active (e.g., indentation). When you write a ...


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The answer to my problem was a comment from The_Blackbeard user at reddit. Have you taken into account that while emacs-lisp-mode derives from prog-mode, tex-mode derives from text-mode? Once I had that information the rest was easy to fix.


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