# what latex editor support touch screens

I have used WinEdt and TexStudio extensively for many years but as I age I have trouble using the mouse so I bought a 21" touchscreen and it solved my problems, using modern software such as Office that is, but latex editors are way behind. I have asked for this feature for texstudio, which is my favorite, for years now, but no luck.

Does anyone know any latex editor that supports touch screens? Thanks for the comments, which I transcribe here.

To help a mouse-impaired user like me...the font size of the menus can be increased under

Options > Configure TeXstudio -> General -> Appearance -> Font size

The icons can be enlarged by

Options > Configure > Show Advanced > GUI Scaling

However, I am still missing scroll up and down on both the tex and pdf windows (granted, I can use up/down arrows). But what about right-click, which I use all the time to "Got to Source" and "Go to PDF".

It seems to me that adding touch would make the software so much modern, and for people with repetitive motion injury it would be a lifesaver.

• Did you try to adjust the size of the toolbars? They can be made very big: i.stack.imgur.com/X8J87.png – user36296 Aug 27 '18 at 14:59
• Could you elaborate which menus/buttons you have difficulty accessing? Apart from enlarging the icon size like samcarter mentioned, most things should be accessible via keyboard shortcuts.. – Troy Aug 27 '18 at 15:23
• The font size of the menus (generically, all the UI elements) can be increased under Configure TeXstudio -> General -> Appearance -> Font size. Otherwise, keyboard combinations like Alt, O, then Enter will open Configure TeXstudio dialog, for example. – Troy Aug 29 '18 at 15:05
• @Echeban Can I query, are you using TXS version > 2.12.8? – Troy Sep 17 '18 at 2:29
• I am using 2.12.10 – Echeban Sep 19 '18 at 17:08

Not using atom and not having a touch screen, I haven't tried it and I can't say if it works well.