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Written by Stefan Kottwitz   
Saturday, 07 April 2012 21:22

Today, TeXmaker version 3.3.3 has been released. Texmaker is a free and cross-platform LaTeX editor, running on Linux, Mac OS X and Windows systems. It is Unicode capable and provides spell checking, auto-completion, code folding, and it comes with a built-in PDF viewer with SyncTeX support and continuous view mode.

New features, from the ChangeLog file:

  • Now there’s a session management (files, line, bookmarks and “quick compilation” mode are stored and can be restored via the new “session” menu).
  • After a compilation, the horizontal position in the pdf viewer is restored (if valid), also the zoom factor after a restart.
  • Now it’s possible to modify a “user tag”.
  • User tags can now be reordered by dragging items.
  • For the windows version, poppler-data files and fontconfig configuration have been added.
  • An US English dictionary has been added.
  • @electronic has been added to the bibliography items detection.
  • Several bugs have been fixed.

The complete ChangeLog can be found here. Click here for downloading versions for Linux, Mac OS X or Windows or source files.


This text is available in German. Dieser Text ist auch in Deutsch verfügbar.

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