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Contest on LaTeX-Community.org – Win a gnuplot Book

LaTeX-Community.org has teamed up with Packt Publishing to organize a contest. Two users stand a chance to win a copy of the new book on gnuplot, the newly published gnuplot Cookbook written by Lee Phillips. To enter the contest, write … Continue reading

04. June 2012 by stefan
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TeX Live 2012 Schedule

Today Karl Berry announced on the TeX Live mailing list, that in about one week (May 10) TeX Live 2011 and tlnet will be frozen, and the building of the pretest version of TeX Live 2012 will start shortly after … Continue reading

05. May 2012 by stefan
Categories: LaTeX Distributions, News, TeX Live | 2 comments

TeXworks 0.4.4 released

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 … Continue reading

30. April 2012 by stefan
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Kile 2.1.2 released

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, … Continue reading

28. April 2012 by stefan
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Texmaker 3.3.3 released

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 … Continue reading

07. April 2012 by stefan
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Sumatra PDF 2.0 released

Thorsten just posted on LaTeX-Community.org, that the version 2.0 of the free Sumatra PDF reader has been released. This PDF reader is known for its speed and its nice simple user interface. It works especially well with forward and inverse … Continue reading

03. April 2012 by stefan
Categories: News, Tools for LaTeX | 1 comment

TeXworks needs testers

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 … Continue reading

29. March 2012 by stefan
Categories: IDEs and Editors, News | 1 comment

Document Freedom Day

Today is the “Document Freedom Day”. Today, we can celebrate information accessibility, and we could raise awareness of open standards, which mean document formats which can fully publicly used without constraints, don’t have dependencies on formats or protocols that are … Continue reading

28. March 2012 by stefan
Categories: Events, News | 3 comments

Lucida OpenType available

Today Karl Berry announced on the texhax mailing list, that the Lucida OpenType font distribution is now available. You can get it from the TeX Users Group (TUG): http://tug.org/lucida provides ordering information together with documents and samples. Lucida is a … Continue reading

21. March 2012 by stefan
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WinEdt 7 released

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 … Continue reading

21. March 2012 by stefan
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