Probably the three most common post-yank formatting operations that you
will perform will be the manual citing, reciting, and un-citing of
regions of text in the reply buffer. Often you may want to recite a
paragraph to use a nickname, or manually cite a paragraph when using
sc-all-but-cite-p. The following commands perform these
functions on the region of text between point and mark.
Each of them sets the undo boundary before modifying the region so
that the command can be undone in the standard emacs way.
sc-cite-regexp. It also inserts a reference header at the top of the region. If you supply the optional numeric argument, it will be passed to
sc-insert-reference(see section String Insertion Commands). You will always be asked to confirm the attribution string before the region is cited, regardless of the value of