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I can't test right now, as I'm at the iPhone, but can't you just define
I'm a bit unsure about implications, though, like what with arbitrary \s and regular "emph"s (within a word or such), and of course you'd need to be aware of these special tags during export (you're not actually emphazising the word in brackets), but you could at least give it a try.
But why do you write out LaTeX code anyway? Why not use simple tags?
Just tried, and it works sort of works:
However, once you use different \tags, you'll quickly see some mixups occur.
We're aware of this and arelooking into it.
I think we have found a quite nice solution and might be bringing it on in Ulysses 2.1...
Max had the neat idea of allowing the end tag to be empty. This will then act as "style ends at last alphanumeric character". It will allow \this to be colored, by simply setting up \ as start tag.
This could also be used to create Twitter-style #hashtags, though that may interfere with paragraph styles you've already set up, dunno, we'll have to see and test. But you could always use another start character, of course, say ^this or ~that.
It will be great. :)