LaTeXing - Professional Typesetting

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

Version 0.7

by Chris

Version 0.7 of LaTeXing is available now and includes the Linux support as well as many other features.

General

The name of the LaTeXing package for ST3 changed to LaTeXing3, just be sure you deleted your old installation of LaTeXing before using package control or the manual installation method to install the new version.

Multi PDF Viewer Support

LaTeXing supports different pdf viewer depending on the used operation system. Windows supports Sumatra PDF, Foxit Reader, and Adobe Reader; OS X supports Skim and Preview; Linux supports Evince and Okular, check here.

Linux Support

This LaTeXing version will work on all available platforms: Windows, OS X, and Linux. The supported viewer on Linux are Evince and Okular which should cover the major need of many users.

Often Used Phrases

LaTeXing offers support for auto-completing often used phrases. A tutorial for that will be released soon in the tutorial section in the documentation.

Multi Extension support

You can use your preferred extension for your LaTeX file, just define it inside the LaTeXing.sublime-settings

Math Symbols

LaTeXing supports different symbols to autocomplete, simple character like \, %, & as well as more complex symbols like ->, <=>, a tutorial will be available shortly in the tutorial section in the documentation.

Small Changes

There are also a couple of small changes which can you find here.

Testing Version

From now on a testing version (http://testing.latexing.com/packages.json) will be available, just add this as custom repository to package control. This version contains the latest features before coming in the release version. On the other hand is this version under active development, could contain bugs and is not recommended for the use on productive systems

Changelog

Version 0.7 (2013-07-02)

New

LaTeXing supports different pdf viewer depending on the used operation system

New

LaTeXing offers support for auto-completing often used phrases, please check here for more details.

New

Linux Support, LaTeXing is no working on all available platforms

New

Support of sublime-project files, please check this for more details.

New (#59)

Support xelatex (luatex etc.) document-wise.

Improved (#33)

Insert matching symbols "(),[]" in inline math mode

Improved (#40)

Shortcut to replace () with \left(\right) etc by using the math mode.

Improved (#58)

Improve behaviour of the apostrophe while writing.

Improved (#36)

Jump To PDF will not bring all windows of Skim.app to front.

Improved

LaTeXing supports different symbols to autocomplete, simple character like \, %, & as well as more complex symbols like ->, <=>... please check here for more details.

Improved

Multi Extension support for tex files, just define it within LaTeXing.sublime-settings.

Fixed (#54)

Check system for latexmk gives error.

Fixed (#52)

Exception logging is broken for every plugin due to a change in Sublime Text.

Fixed (#50)

Autocompletion wasn't working after including \usepackage{amssymb}, that was a bug in the LaTeX-cwl database.

Fixed

Fix ST3 support for build 3046.

Fixed (#39)

Lssue with autocompletion fails when biblatex is loaded, issue in LaTeX-cwl database.

docs.latexing.com available

by Chris

The new document system is online and will be available under the address http://docs.latexing.com.

The new system makes it easier for you to help, if you would like to write a small tutorial or complete some existing documentation just go to the bitbucket repository create a fork and push it after you made some changes.

In case you have some difficulties, just drop an email at support@latexing.com.

Linux Support

by Chris

After several user requests, the Linux support is just around the corner. To be sure that is will work on as many different configuration of Linux as possible, I would ask you (if you are working in Linux) to drop an email to info@latexing.com. You will receive an internal test version of the coming version 0.7 including many changes like:

  • Linux Support
  • Multiple PDF support
  • Sublime-project support
  • Text analysis to offer often used phrases while writing and user dictionaries of phrases
  • Hide-status terminal on typset option
  • many more.. full changelog can be found here.

Automatic Create Labels

by Chris

The creation of labels for chapters, sections, figures, or tables can be annoying and just time consuming. LaTeXing offers the fill command inside a corresponding item to automatic create a new label below the current command.

To illustrate this behaviour the screenshot below shows the workflow, you just fill the capter name like normal and just press ["super+l", "super+l"] inside the argument and voila you can see a label on the next line.

The fill is available in the following commands: \part(*), \chapter(*), \section(*), \subsection(*), \subsubsection(*), \paragraph(*), \subparagraph(*), \cations. The full documentation can be found in the User Guide.

Using Online Lookup

by Chris

If you are writing a text in LaTeX with LaTeXing it is very to find a translation, definition, or just a different word for a word in your text.

For that you just have to select a word and press ["super" + "l", "super" + "d"], a quick panel will apear and let you choose between different actions.

If you select an action it will open the url shown in the second row if the item. If you wich to search for a different word you can choose "Enter Different Lookup Phrase" and enter an individual word.

Now LaTeXing offers a quick panel for the new entered word.

You can fully customise the search by adjusting the "online_lookup" setting for your preferences. The default settings are, while %s represents the word in every url.

{
  "title": "Dict.cc",
  "url": "http://www.dict.cc/?s=%s"
},
{
  "title": "Dict.leo.org",
  "url": "http://dict.leo.org/ende?search=%s"
},
{
  "title": "Dictionary.com",
  "url": "http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/%s"
},
{
  "title": "Linguee.com EN-DE",
  "url": "http://www.linguee.com/english-german/search?query=%s"
},
{
  "title": "Linguee.de DE-EN",
  "url": "http://www.linguee.de/deutsch-englisch/search?query=%s"
},
{
  "title": "Pons.eu",
  "url": "http://en.pons.eu/dict/search/results/?q=%s&l=deen"
},
{
  "title": "Thesaurus.com",
  "url": "http://thesaurus.com/browse/%s"
}