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Oct
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asked Is there a standard way to title a list of bullets?
Jun
19
accepted Is there a way to get TexMakerX to recognize commands defined in an input file?
Jun
19
comment Is there a way to get TexMakerX to recognize commands defined in an input file?
@Tobi: Thanks for the answer. I was trying out a few different editors looking for a feature that I wanted (preserved indentation for word-wrapped lines) and was annoyed at this highlighting issue with TexMakerX (which has now been renamed to TeXstudio). Ultimately, I settled on building my own version of TeXnicCenter from source since the indentation feature was implemented soon after the latest alpha release. Your answer does seem like a workaround, but it also seems like the only way to address the problem since no one else has chimed in. BTW, the renaming to TeXstudio broke your links.
Jun
1
comment Is there a free LaTeX IDE that keeps indentation when word-wrapping?
Yup, KDEwin + Kile also seems to work well for this. +1
Jun
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accepted Is there a free LaTeX IDE that keeps indentation when word-wrapping?
May
31
asked Is there a way to get TexMakerX to recognize commands defined in an input file?
May
28
awarded  Teacher
May
27
answered Is there a free LaTeX IDE that keeps indentation when word-wrapping?
May
27
asked Is there a free LaTeX IDE that keeps indentation when word-wrapping?
May
25
awarded  Nice Question
May
24
accepted Is there a standard way to refer to a range of equations?
May
24
awarded  Supporter
May
24
asked Is there a standard way to refer to a range of equations?
May
21
accepted Does including the same figure placement specifier multiple times increase its weighting?
May
21
asked Does including the same figure placement specifier multiple times increase its weighting?
May
16
accepted What are the benefits and drawbacks of Lyx compared to TeXnicCenter
May
14
awarded  Nice Question
May
14
awarded  Editor
May
14
revised Is there a command to get the name of the current day of the week?
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May
14
awarded  Scholar