> Try `M-x ps-print-buffer-with-faces'. Works for me in GNU Emacs 23.
‘M-x enriched-mode’ is just like text mode. With one crucial difference: When you add Faces to the text, this information gets saved as RFC 1896
text/enriched format markup (with an Emacs-specific
Content-Type tag at the start).
Read about enriched mode in the Emacs manual, at Enriched mode (
C-h i m emacs RET m Formatted Text RET).
‘M-g b’ to add the bold face to some text, such that it looks like this:
‘M-x enriched-mode’ and save. If you reload your file, the bold text will still be bold. If you use
‘M-x find-file-literally’, however, you can see how Emacs saved the face information:
Content-Type: text/enriched Text-Width: 70 This is <bold>bold</bold>. This is not.
EnrichedMode is an initial attempt to provide the Emacs text editor with WordProcessing? capabilities. The early system has generic formatting features and will later be able to input and output numerous enriched file formats.
This doesn’t seem to work on XEmacs. Does anybody know how to find literally in XEmacs?
When I try to print enriched buffers (either from GNU Emacs or from XEmacs) the background color (as in highlighting) is lost. All other faces information seems to be preserved. Any ideas?
‘M-x ps-print-buffer-with-faces’. Works for me in GNU Emacs 23.