# LaTeX bundle: Why emph instead of textit??

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## LaTeX bundle: Why emph instead of textit??

 Hi, why does the LaTeX bundle suddenly default to \emph instead of   \textit when I press command-i? This is a most unwelcome change as I   often use the scrartcl-class where \emph seems to be typeset as   underlined text instead of italic. Any chance for a *different* shortcut for emph in the default LaTeX   bundle? I don't like messing around in the default bundles myself for   as far as I understand TM will create a "local" copy and I can no   longer easily benefit from updates in the default bundles … :( Christian ______________________________________________________________________ For new threads USE THIS: [hidden email] (threading gets destroyed and the universe will collapse if you don't) http://lists.macromates.com/mailman/listinfo/textmate
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## Re: LaTeX bundle: Why emph instead of textit??

 Hi, > Any chance for a *different* shortcut for emph in the default LaTeX   > bundle? I don't like messing around in the default bundles myself   > for as far as I understand TM will create a "local" copy and I can   > no longer easily benefit from updates in the default bundles … :( I actually believe that this is no longer the case. TextMate should   save your changes in local delta file which will let you alter the   bundle while still benefiting from updates in the default bundles. There's some mention of that here: http://macromates.com/blog/archives/2006/06/16/textmate-152/I also feel like cmd-i has been \emph{} for a long time, but I guess   that's neither here nor there. -steve ______________________________________________________________________ For new threads USE THIS: [hidden email] (threading gets destroyed and the universe will collapse if you don't) http://lists.macromates.com/mailman/listinfo/textmate
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## Re: LaTeX bundle: Why emph instead of textit??

 In reply to this post by Steve Lianoglou-3 Am 14.01.2007 um 18:30 schrieb Steve Lianoglou: > I actually believe that this is no longer the case. TextMate should   > save your changes in local delta file which will let you alter the   > bundle while still benefiting from updates in the default bundles. Thanks, that's good to know! :) > I also feel like cmd-i has been \emph{} for a long time, but I   > guess that's neither here nor there. Well, I'll have to take a closer look at the matter when I've got   more time at hand. I'd clearly prefer \textit{} -- or at least the possibility to invoke   that via an alternate shortcut like Command-Shift-i (or something   similar) from the default bundle. As I already found out, though, that the underline issue with \emph   happened due to the ulem package being loaded in the document's   preamble and had nothing to do with the srcartcl class ... Chris ______________________________________________________________________ For new threads USE THIS: [hidden email] (threading gets destroyed and the universe will collapse if you don't) http://lists.macromates.com/mailman/listinfo/textmate