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I am using Ubuntu 14.04. In my case, I could not get inverse search to work using any of the above suggestions while using latex. But it worked with pdflatex by choosing Modern configuration as Puneet suggested.


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Apart from my comment, you can also create an engine that reads the first line and extracts information. For example I have an IncludeOnly.engine under ~/Library/TeXShop/Engines: #!/bin/sh basename="${1%.tex}" line=$(head -n 1 $1) re="\% root \= (.+)$" if [[ $line =~ $re ]]; then pdflatex "\includeonly{$basename}\input{${BASH_REMATCH[1]}}"; else echo ...


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TeXpen http://sf.net/p/texpen Linux/Win/Mac Auto-completion Highlighting Themes One-Click compiling Realtime Equation preview Built-in PDF preview ... ...


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My vote goes for LYX. It's free You can edit both WYSIWIG part and Latex code WARNING1: works flawlessly only in math mode WARNING2: therefore, each time just copy paste your math tex source into "normal" latex editor Crash course: math in LYX open LYX -> new document -> view -> toolbars -> check math (auto) view -> toolbars -> check source pane ...


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Yes there is! http://weavr.co.uk/ Works perfectly.


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For customized commands in TeXMaker add them to your customized completion list. In TeXMaker menu go to User > Customize Completion Here you can add a new command, which should be available in auto-completion then. See also Customize auto-completion in Texmaker for more detailed example.


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Not a solution, but a longer comment: For some people, automatic capitalization of some word processors is a "bug", not a "feature". As pointed Gonzalo Medina. The reason is that in practice there are many exceptions, and supervise/correct every automatic decision is very distracting. In my case, overall I hate write correctly abbreviated name species ...


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Actually you can capitalize the beginning of a new sentence by making . active and redfine it to first test if a space is following the period and then executing \ucmacro (a macro version of the \uppercase primitive) when a space was found and to print whatever was found when it wasn't a space: \documentclass{article} \begin{document} \let\period=. ...


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This is a misunderstanding: LaTeX doesn't help you to write your text, which is the job of the editor. I'm quite confident that such a thing (capitalize each first letter after a dot) can be achieved with emacs or vim. Word is all and everything in one: editor, typesetting machine, spreadsheet and so on and does nothing really well (OK, millions of people ...


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also for google chrome TeX equation editor http://atomurl.net/math/


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If you're on OS X, you can use the excellent LaTeXiT, which comes with MacTeX. As with EqualX (see accepted answer), the [...] generated images can be directly dragged and dropped into other applications but can also be reopened to modify the equation after it's been dropped to another application. There's also a palette of often used \LaTeX math ...


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After the answer by Paul and Werner above didn't work for me, I did the following, based on what they wrote: In ~/.vimrc, I added: let g:Tex_BibtexFlavor = 'biber' let g:Tex_DefaultTargetFormat="pdf" " The following is relevant to make LaTeX rerun after biber if necessary: " (include all formats for which re-running is to be enabled) let ...


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I'm a math/computer science teacher in "high school", I'd love a latex plugin for IntelliJ because I use it (a bit) and I also use PyCharm (a lot) and I really like the workflow. I'm also a LaTeX enthusiast and feel that my current LaTeX editor is a bit "narrow".


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Sublime Text 2 & 3 with LaTeXtools Using the default build engine ("traditional") with MacTeX (OSX) or TeXlive (Windows/OSX/Linux): On these platforms, LaTeXtools' default (or "traditional") build engine uses latexmk by default. latexmk, in turn, supports biber+biblatex out of the box as of version 4.22 (at least in principle; there have been a few bug ...



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