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Sublime Text is wonderful and does that with Ctrl-/. It is not free though.
All of them. Unless you count Notepad. Seriously, I dare you to find a single LaTeX editor that does not. I use TexWorks. The shortcut there is a bit annoying since it requires 3 fingers: ctrl+shift+] and ctrl+shift+[
For windows put the complete path of sumatra pdf viewer in viewpdf.py file. For example in my case I put, elif s == "Windows": viewercmd = ["C:\Program Files\SumatraPDF\SumatraPDF.exe", "-reuse-instance"] I am using xp.
For emacs, take a look at font-latex-math-face. Where the documentation says (customize this face), you can click that text to be brought to a GUI to set the various properties with previews. Face: font-latex-math-face (sample) (customize this face) Documentation: Face used to highlight math. Defined in `font-latex.el'. Family: unspecified ...
Papeeria Online LaTeX editor with real-time collaboration, integrated gnuplot, templates and project versioning Platforms: Web browser: Windows, Linux, Mac OSX, iOS, Android License: Free plan available, paid plan starts from $5/month Languages: en Unicode: Yes Syntax Highlighting: Yes, not customizable Code Completion: Yes, not customizable Code Folding: ...
I'm currently teaching (inventing) a one semester course in programming (and software tools) for math majors (python, mathematica or maple or matlab, LaTeX, ...). My students are using pycharm. I write LaTeX class notes, using the listings package for code (I should probably graduate to pythontex). I would be delighted to see a TeX plugin for pycharm. For ...
hsz, I am a developer too and I constantly need to generate some reports or power point slides for my course work or instructions. I was using Sublime to edit my latex programs under Windows by setting up the tex compiler location. Sublime supports the syntax highlighting quit well. For linux, I just compile them from command line. I also use Intellij Idea ...
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