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Filling an item

  To fill a term (descriptive sentences) of `\item', type

             ... fill item

on that item.

  YaTeX uses the value of the variable `YaTeX-item-regexp' as the regular
expression to search item header in itemize environment.  If you make a
newcommand to itemize terms(e.g. `\underlineitem'), put

             (setq YaTeX-item-regexp

in your `~/.emacs'.  If you are not familiar with regular expression
for Emacs-Lisp, name  a newcommand  for  `itemize' beginning  with
`\item' such as `\itembf', not `\bfitem'.

  This function reformats the `\item' into `hang-indented' style.  For

     itemize, enumerate environment:
            >\item[foo] `foo' is the typical word for describing an
            >           arbitrarily written....
     description environment:
            > \item[bar] When the word `for' is used as an arbitrarily
            >        word, `bar'  is bound to follow it.

  Note that the indent depth of an `\item' word and its descriptive
paragraph are the same in latter case.  If you want to use different
depth, invoke fill-paragraph at the beginning of non-whitespace
character(see below).

Filling paragraph

  Fill-paragraph is little bit adapted for LaTeX sources.  It retains from
filling in certain environments where formatting leads to a disaster such
as verbatim, tabular, or so.  And it protects `\verb' expressions from
being folded (The variable `YaTeX-verb-regexp' controls this).  Besides,
putting cursor on the first occurrence of non-whitespace character on a
line changes the fill-prefix temporarily to the depth of the line.

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