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BaKoMa TeX Word is one which typesets on-line. It is new under Mac (first release Sep/2011), but mature under Windows (Jan/2005)


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I like very much Sublime Text. His multi cursor editing is simply fantastic (I know that now other editors has it too, but it was the first one). It has the possibility to have different highlights inside the same document depending on the context. But I don't know if somebody has created a setting for Lua(La)TeX.


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Also Emacs' regexp engine is able to match multi-line pattern, so the regexp provided by Sean, adapted to Emacs syntax, works here:


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There is regular expression search built into TeXShop. So, using the example text in the SeanAlred's answer, we can search for instances of the use of \emph as follows: Hitting Next(or CONTROL-G) repeatedly:


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I use Scientific Workplace (SWP), Version 5.5. I have used SWP since the mid-1990's and have been pleased with it. I have written several books with it, many research papers, and many exams. Their Beamer template is also good for presentation slides. At present, I am using SWP under both Windows 7 and Windows 8.1. It works fine! Kendall Atkinson


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This isn't possible with normal grep, but can be done with pcregrep, which is pretty standard on modern Linux distributions. $ pcregrep -M '\\emph{[^}]*,' file.tex multiple lines. See a \emph{really, really good tutorial} on \emph{unix, commandline}. Here is an \emph{that spans a couple lines but unfortunately, the comma is on another line} ...


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You asked texstudio! Open Macros → Edit Macros: In this window, Click +Add. This should add the third macro. Enter a name Enter the text you want to be inserted by macro Click OK Now, in Macros menu you have this: Now in your tex file, press Shift + F3 the string To whom so ever it may concern will be inserted. On the other hand, if you want it ...


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You can change the default shortcut using Options menu and Configure TeXstudio. The default is Alt+Right Arrow (see the image below: Next Placeholder).


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Under Linux I recommend "Kate". It's simple, fast & pretty amazing! An other alternative for Linux that wasn't mentioned above, is Geany with GeanyLaTeX Plugin. On Windows Notepad++ is the most brilliant solution. But TexStudio is also not bad...


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There are two different ways to implement this. One using only blank Notepad++, and one with additional AddOn With AddOn (very cool!!!) Open Plugins->PluginManager in Notepad++. Install the Addon "FingerText" Now in the FingerText AddOn click "Open Snippet Editor" and define a "Trigger Text" (poorly \ is not usable. Therefore simply use "begin" for ...



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