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TeXwiz

   2.0.0  

KDE Text Processing

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TeXwiz
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TeXwiz
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Link:  Link
Minimum required   Qt 4.x
Downloads:  2077
Submitted:  Jun 22 2004
Updated:  Jan 23 2007

Description:

TeXwiz is a graphical wizard that helps creating LaTeX files from scratch. It supports many options from KOMA script and is intended to be useful for beginners and advanced users.

Version 2.0.0 is basically the same as version 1.1.2a, but ported to Qt4, with only minor GUI modifications and support for spanish documents.

Use the command 'texwiz2' to start the Qt4 version.




Changelog:

2.0.0
* Ported to Qt4.2
* Minor GUI optimisations
* Support for spanish LaTeX documents
* KDE- and Kile-integration temporarily removed

1.1.2
* Uses KDE file dialogs on Linux (optional)
* New download location

1.1.1
* GUI setups can be saved as templates
* Positioning bug in OS X fixed
* Supports custom markup commands

1.1.0
* New options to set encoding, line spreading, caption layout
* Custom markup commands
* Improved extended titles
* Fixed and improved preview for margins (DIV/BCOR)
* Removed PDF options
* Minor GUI, source code and output improvements




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 :-)

 
 by kurtseebauer on: Jun 22 2004
 
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would be very useful to have this advanced "crate-document-wizard" integrated in kile.


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 Re: :-)

 
 by Claire on: Jun 22 2004
 
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Exactly what I was thinking. Yet another great app... Seems I'm not the only one that likes the CLI2GUI/wizard approach ;-). It makes my life a lot easier for everyday work.


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 Re: :-)

 
 by nic on: Jun 22 2004
 
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Integration in Kile would indeed be an good idea. But TeXwiz is a pure Qt-application and compiles on OS X, Solaris, and Win as well (I have the binaries, but no webspace to publish them). I would like to keep it a cross-platform app, but if the guys from Kile would like to integrate it, they are very welcome.

Thanks for the nice comments
nic


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 Re: :-)

 
 by ita256 on: Jun 22 2004
 
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Indeed, it would be better if integrated in kile.


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 Kile integration

 
 by crissi on: Jun 22 2004
 
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Simply mail the code to the Kile author (Jeroen Wijnhout -> Jeroen.Wijnhout AT kdemail.net) and i think he will integrate it if he like ;)


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 Re: Kile integration

 
 by bobuse on: Jul 26 2004
 
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mail it !! :-)


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 Wrong category

 
 by cochisepoeta on: Aug 5 2009
 
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Your software is in a wrong category. It's not a word processor.


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