When I use AUCTeX to edit Beamer presentations, I usually want
\pause to be on its own line. Therefore, I added this to my
(setq LaTeX-paragraph-commands '("pause" "blpause"))
LaTeX-paragraph-commands variable holds a list of commands that should stay on their own line when filling. (Of course, I could put this setting in a file local variable, but since I never even define a
\pause command outside Beamer, it doesn’t hurt here, either.)
Also, note that if
\pause happens to be in the middle of some line, filling does not put it in a separate line. I’m not sure whether this is the right behavior, though I personally like it that way.
Note that I also have a
\blpause command. Here is how it is defined:
This saves me a bit of typing.
That’s it for today. Happy TeXing!