I'm wondering, are there any Latex editors or editor plugins which provide a "Rich-text" viewing mode for navigation, much like Overleaf provides?
What I'm looking for:
- Document structure is reflected, section headers are shown as headers, lists as lists, etc.
- Math formulas and such are rendered as math when viewed, but edited as code, so I can easily verify they are correct without recompiling my entire thesis.
- The rich text is display only: Unlike LyX, I write all the LaTex code, so the result is human readable code. But when navigating the document, it is displayed, at least somewhat as rich text.
- Not a web-app: otherwise I'd just use Overleaf, but I'd prefer a proper editor, so that I can compile on my machine and do my own version control.
As a bonus, if there were such an editor that had these features, as well as the ability to properly show formulas using any
\newcommand instance I've defined (which Overleaf fails on), that would be ideal.