LaTeXing - Professional Typesetting

An extension for Sublime Text which makes your life
easier and more comfortable while creating your documents.

Version 1.2.3

by Chris

Bugfix release for problem with OSX and some other small problems.


Version 1.2.3 (2014-08-19)

Fixed (#51)

Fixed confusing name of keymap & shortcuts for quick build commands.

Fixed (#45)

Fixed problem with Yosemite 10.10.

License Purchase

by Chris

The purchase of a license for LaTeXing is temporary not possible. Due to personal issues the distribution is stopped and will be not continued for a few month. This is not the end of LaTeXing, the program will still receive updates and bug fixes during that time.

Like usual, if you found a bug please report it on github or contact us by mail.

Update: The function is enabled again and a new version in preparation to address the bugs reported in the last version. An addition post will give you more informations soon.

Version 1.2.1

by Chris

This release brings some small changes and a bug fix with Linux and the use of the remote references.


Version 1.2.1 (2014-06-14)

Improved (#21)

Texcount also shows the total wordcount.

Fixed (#29)

Ctrl/Super + shift + l overrides a default binding


For Linux the SSL package is required to work with Mendeley/Zotero.

New Webspace and support system change

by Chris

This user community is growing and therefore also the requirements for the server, therefore LaTeXing moved finally to a new webspace provider. We are trying to recover everything as fast as possible but if you still find any problem just let us know by dropping us an email at

Furthermore the support system now changed to make it more efficient for everyone, please check this page for details.

Version 1.1

by Chris

This release brings a new building system which can improve the working speed significant and a few minor bugfixes.

Quick build

By default is LaTeXing used latexmk to typeset a document or project. For a large projects this can take some time even if just one quick pdflatex command would be required to compile the document. For this purpose it is possible to create quick build commands.

Check this tutoral to explore the different possibilies and exact syntax.


Version 1.1 (2014-03-05)


Add align snippet.


New enhanced build system, check here for more details.


Support for bibentry command of the bibentry package.


Support for hyperref command of the hyperref package.

Improved (#124)

Improved quotes behaviour for r-chunk options (knitr mode).

Improved (#122)

Insert \tabularnewline on Shift + Enter

Fixed (#118)

A missing bibliography let you still compile the document.

Fixed (#128)

Fix keybinding for closing ")" in general LaTeX mode.


Fix misstake in greek symbols assignment.


Fix typo in bibtex snippets.