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:...or you could just markup at the end.

Posted by: Anonymous Coward on August 24, 2006 08:10 PM
"Don't get me wrong<colon>:</colon> I think <noun>LyX</noun> is a <praise>very well designed piece of software</praise>, and is <fanboy>far better than other word processors</fanboy><comma>,</comma> especially for long texts. <sentence><capitalization>B</capitalization>ut I find writing raw LaTeX in a text editor helps me concentrate more on the content and less on the formatting than using a <acronym>WYSIWYM/G</acronym> word processor, and <verb>encourages</verb> me to use the <word>full</word> power of LaTeX (like inserting index entries as I'm <action>typing</action> the text, instead of putting them in later).</sentence>"

Hehe. Just poking fun at your "But I find writing raw LaTeX in a text editor helps me concentrate more on the content and less on the formatting than using a WYSIWYM/G word processor". Yes, Latex is a bit higher level than I've depicted, but it still can be a distraction when one is suppose to concentrate on the subject rather than "<section></section>".

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