Antidote can process a document containing standard LaTeX commands.
- In the editor you use for your LaTeX documents, select the text to be corrected, and call Antidote by any of the usual methods (Antidote buttons and menus, Antidote’s floating menu bar, the icon for the Antidote Agent, etc. ).
- Correct the document normally. The corrections should be reflected directly in your editor, without affecting the formatting instructions.
- If your editor cannot connect with Antidote, you can copy and paste the text (including formatting instructions) into Antidote’s internal editor, and then copy and paste the corrected version back into your editor.
- Antidote recognizes the 7-bit ASCII accent sequences used by TeX (eg \’e), but these can be difficult to correct. If so, you may have to make these corrections manually.
- Antidote will not interpret macrocommands.