The first beta version of TeXnicCenter 2.0 has been released. Several issues with TXC 2.0 alpha 4 have been fixed. Though it’s still beta, it’s pretty stable and recommended as replacement for version 1, and of course for the alpha versions of 2.0.

For further details, you can read the announcement by Tino Weinkauf. You can get the installer program at the download page, both 32-bit and 64-bit versions.

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Texmaker 3.4 released

1 January 2014

Today, Texmaker version 3.4 has been released. Texmaker is a free LaTeX editor which runs on Linux, Mac OS X and Windows systems. Some of its features are Unicode capability, spell checking, auto-completion, code folding, a built-in PDF viewer with SyncTeX support and continuous view mode.

Enhancements in 3.4, from the ChangeLog file:

  • The option “Use a ‘build’ subdirectory for output files” has been added for the (pdf)latex. This means, that the “–output-directory=build” parameter will automatically be added to the (pdf)latex command and texmaker will search the log and pdf files into this subdirectory.
  • A word counter has been added to the internal pdf viewer (via context menu).
  • The “Tool” menu provides an additional command “Open Terminal”.
  • Now the “find/replace” dialogs support regular expressions.
  • From the internal pdf viewer, you can now export a pdf page to a png image (via context menu).
  • A “Save a copy” command has been added to the “File” menu.
  • Texmaker now supports Mac OS X Lion fullscreen mode.

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Besides these and further new features, some 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.

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LyX 2.0.4 released

31 December 2013

The maintenance release 2.0.4 of LyX has been published this week. Most of the improvements are bug fixes, such as crash fixes. That’s why it’s recommended to update to this version.

For further information and download visit:

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TeXworks 0.4.4 released

31 December 2013

Today I read on LaTeX-Community.org, that version 0.4.4 of TeXworks has been released, as posted by Thorsten. TeXworks is a quick and efficient LaTeX editor running on most operating systems. It is free and open source.

0.4.4 is a stable version which will be included in TeX Live 2012.

New and updated features in this version, compared to 0.4.3:

  • “Clear Recent Files” has been added to the “Open Recent” menu.
  • The preferences dialog now contains an autocompletion entry.
  • Lua(La)TeX has been added to the default tools, LaTeXmk has been dropped.
  • Now there’s an option to open log files.
  • Experimental CMake support has been implemented.
  • SyncTeX has been updated to version 1.17.
  • URLs have been updated and now point to http://www.tug.org/texworks/.
  • The window running TeX is brought to the top at the beginning of typesetting, to ensure that the console output is visible.
  • Symlinks are allowed and display only folders in “path for programs” in the preferences dialog.
  • The “Unable to execute…” error dialog has been improved.
  • “Show/Hide Output Panel” was renamed to “Show/Hide Console Output” in the menu and in the preferences dialog.
  • The “email to mailinglist” now includes instructions in the body, the subject was removed.
  • When looking for scripts, symlinks are resolved
  • Scripting has been improved.

Moreover, many bugs are fixed and some further improvements have been made. You can read about that in the changelog or on the TeXworks homepage where you also can find the way to the downloads.

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Kile 2.1.2 released

30 December 2013

The version 2.1.2 of the LaTeX editor Kile has been released. Some bugs were fixed, and the default encoding in document templates is now utf8 instead of utf8x.

biblatex.cwl has been updated. CWL files are completion files: they contain abbreviations, which are replaced by longer text strings on demand. So, good news for biblatex users.

For more information and download visit:


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Texmaker 3.3.3 released

29 December 2013

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 in 3.3.3, 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.


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WinEdt 7 released

27 December 2013

WinEdt version 7 has been released. WinEdt is a feature-rich LaTeX editor running on Windows XP, Vista, 7, and 8, on 32-bit and 64-bit systems. It is published as shareware.

The new version is unicode-capable, and it works with current TeX versions such as TeX Live 2011 and MiKTeX 2.9.

For more information and free download visit


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TeXworks needs testers

27 December 2013

Stefan Löffler wrote to the TeXworks mailing list, that helping participants are needed for trying the latest TeXworks 0.5 r979. This is for preparing the release of version 0.4.4, which is expected to come mid-April, for the inclusion in TeX Live 2012. Recent Windows and Ubuntu builds are available, a Mac build is planned to be provided very soon.

Especially changed features need testing, such as

  • The rewritten log parser
  • Search & replace (such as multi-line copy-to-search/replace)
  • Check if the problems with the disappearing lines still exist
  • Reproducing the crash of TeXworks when pressing the return key at the beginning of a wrapped line. Did you ever notice it?

If you would like to help, download the latest build and test it, and send your test results to Stefan or to the TeXworks mailing list.

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Sir,
I want bibliography as like shown in the attachment (Red rectangular box in the attachment shows the IEEE REFERENCE format(like that I need to have BIBLIOGRAPHY). I need to have the bibliography as shown in the following attachment. Can you help me to get the BIBLIOGRAPHY as shown in the attachment IEEE transaction format.


IEEE_BIBLIOGRPHY_REFERENCE_1.png

Statistics: Posted by pusparaga — Thu Dec 26, 2013 2:12 pm


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TeXmaker 3.3 released

22 December 2013

TeXmaker version 3.3 has been released today. Some of the new features, from the ChangeLog file, to 3.2.2:

  • An unlimited number of tags can be defined via a new panel.
  • The integrated PDF viewer provides spell checking.
  • Now the main biblatex entries can be inserted via the bibliography menu.
  • command{} is now displayed before command*{} in the auto completion.
  • More hard coded colors, dark desktop themes can be used.
  • The editor provides an overwrite mode.

Bad highlighting with end{picture} has been fixed. The complete ChangeLog can be found here. Click here for downloading versions for Linux, Mac OS X or Windows or source files.

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