.texfile, xemacs will go into LaTeX mode, and also load ref-tex, a mode for helping keep track of citations and references. To find out how to use the cool features of these modes, type M-x describe-mode and have a little look. You can also try having a look at the menu bar on the top of the screen - many modes add useful menus here.
From the on-line help:
RefTeX is a minor mode with distinct support for \ref, \label, \cite,
and \index commands in (multi-file) LaTeX documents.
- A table of contents provides easy access to any part of a document.
- Labels are created semi-automatically.
- Definition context of labels is provided when creating a reference.
- Citations are simplified with efficient database lookup.
- Text phrases can be collected in a file, for later global indexing.
- The index preview buffer helps to check and edit index entries.
Use M-x decribe mode to find out more
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Name: Graham Steel
Date: Friday, February 7, 2003 at 17:54:39
To set up scrolling using the mousewheel in emacs add the following to your .xemacs/init.el:
(define-key global-map [button5] 'scroll-up)
(define-key global-map [button4] 'scroll-down)
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