TeXMaker
TeXMaker 4.1.1
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Texmaker is a program that integrates many tools needed to develop documents with LaTeX in just one application.

Features:
  • a unicode editor to write your LaTeX source files (syntax highlighting, undo-redo, search-replace, ...)
  • the principal LaTex tags can be inserted directly with the "LaTeX", "Math" and "Greek" menus
  • 370 mathematical symbols can be inserted in just one click
  • wizards to generate code ('Quick document', 'Quick letter', tabular, tabbing and array environments)
  • LaTeX-related
What's New
Version 4.1.1:
  • the latex reference manual has been updated
  • ca and pt dictionaries have been added
  • ca, cs, de, es, pl and se translations have been updated
  • the math mode ( ) is now supported by the syntax highlighting (patch from Felix Löhr) [user request]
  • double latex and pdflatex compilation has been added for the "Quick build" modes with asymptote (required for the cross references) [user request]
  • while autocompletion, if the inserted item doesn't contain a placeholder the cursor will no more jump to the next placeholder [user request]
  • the delay after regaining focus while the "check for external changes" option is used has been reduced [user request]
  • autocompletion with an underscore character is no more stopped after reaching the undescore [user request]
  • .snm and .nav files are also deleted while using the "Clean" command [user request]
  • if the log report an error for the line 1, the cursor doesn't jump anymore to the top of the document [user request]
  • "user" completion items can now be directly modified [user request]
Version 4.1.1:
  • the latex reference manual has been updated
  • ca and pt dictionaries have been added
  • ca, cs, de, es, pl and se translations have been updated
  • the math mode ( ) is now supported by the syntax highlighting (patch from Felix Löhr) [user request]
  • double latex and pdflatex compilation has been added for the "Quick build" modes with asymptote more...
Requirements
  • Intel, 64-bit processor
  • OS X 10.7 or later





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TeXMaker User Discussion (Write a Review)
ver. 4.x:
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Mariopue reviewed on 25 Jul 2013
I played with other apps. But this is it.

Great little app. Does what it states, and does it well.

Definitely my preferred one for writing scripts, smoothly, quickly and easily.

And yes, it is free and the developer is really prompt in case of need, and also this is not something you may find everyday.

Thank you, developer.
[Version 4.0.2]


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trungpt reviewed on 01 Jun 2013
This is a great TeX editor. Easy to configure, easy to use. I've all the basic features for TeX users.

There is a fork from TeXmaker, it's TeXstudio. TeXstudio is based on TeXmaker with some advanced features but MacUpdate doesn't list TeXstudio. I just mention TeXstudio for someone who would like to try.
[Version 4.0.2]

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burypromote

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trungpt replied on 01 Jun 2013
Sorry, I mean "It has all the basic features for TeX users" :D
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bbw7 commented on 19 May 2013
The versions listed here don't tell the whole story. The dev's site has versions of 4.0.2 for both OS's 10.5 and 10.6 (they differ). Also, there is apparently a 4.0.2 version for native Lion+, and another for Lion+ upgrades.

I recommend you go there to see what will best suit your needs.
[Version 4.0.2]

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MacUpdate-Nick replied on 19 May 2013
Sorry for the confusion - our related links were out of date. We've also added a note clarifying the difference between the two versions built for 64-bit systems.
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Jean Eric reviewed on 26 Dec 2012
Works very nice.

No problem here and there.

IMO, the best tex-tool.
[Version 3.5.2]


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+20

Chrispa reviewed on 05 Sep 2012
Excellent piece of software. I switched to this from TeXShop. The structure on the left lets you switch between files smoothly. The shortcuts are great, and the autocompletion rocks e.g. if you want to cite a book you just type in "ci" and it will autocomplete to cite{books} where books is all your references in your bibliography. Simply pick the right one from the drop down menu. Saves me a lot of time writing my Masters thesis.
[Version 3.5]


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+2

Zi reviewed on 05 Sep 2011
It is open-source and free.

It just does all the things I need, like auto completion, linking latex code with its corresponding PDF output, and compilation quick click.

It can also embed the PDF viewer, so that I can use the application in a whole screen without bothering to switch between latex code editor and PDF viewer back and forth.

Quite a good work.
[Version 3.1]


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+3

+16

Tessi reviewed on 29 Jun 2011
 
Absolutely great job.

From the viewpoint of a scientist, TexMaker has the perfect balance between features and ease of use.

It works perfectly and is constantly improving.

Wonderful job.

Another excellent choice is TexShop.
[Version 3.0.2]


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+24

Gray Panter reviewed on 15 May 2011
This tool works very nice and is very easy to use.
The PDF viewer is a helpful feature.

I wish me a feature which helps to find the position of the cursor in edit field and shows me the position in the PDF viewer.

Thx
[Version 3.0.2]


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Talatharb commented on 30 Jul 2010
Version 2.0 Mac is Intel only
[Version 2.0]

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Negritude commented on 31 Jul 2010
You can still find version 1.9.9 here:

http://macfiles.brothersoft.com/business/word_processing/texmakerbinmacosx1.9.9.zip

Also, there is another project called TexMakerX, which is a fork of TeXMaker. TexMakerX has a universal/ppc version:

http://sourceforge.net/projects/texmakerx/files/
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+2
Mkljun tipped on 28 Apr 2010
A recent blog post on how to make XeTeX work with Texmaker on OS X:
http://pim.famnit.upr.si/blog/index.php?/archives/18-Texmaker-and-Xetex-on-OS-X.html
[Version 1.9.9]


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christr87 rated on 19 Apr 2013

[Version 4.0.1]



+4

slowbrain rated on 04 Apr 2013

[Version 4.0.1]



lucie.g rated on 28 Feb 2013

[Version 3.5.2]



+10

Georg-74 rated on 03 Feb 2013

[Version 3.5.2]



+45

MacUpdate-Nick rated on 19 Jan 2013

[Version 3.5.2]



+11

Oleksii rated on 21 Aug 2012

[Version 3.5]



+78

piquadratpi2 rated on 04 Mar 2012

[Version 3.3.2]



+2

Zi rated on 02 Jan 2012

[Version 3.2.1]


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Texmaker is a program that integrates many tools needed to develop documents with LaTeX in just one application.

Features:
  • a unicode editor to write your LaTeX source files (syntax highlighting, undo-redo, search-replace, ...)
  • the principal LaTex tags can be inserted directly with the "LaTeX", "Math" and "Greek" menus
  • 370 mathematical symbols can be inserted in just one click
  • wizards to generate code ('Quick document', 'Quick letter', tabular, tabbing and array environments)
  • LaTeX-related programs can be launched via the "Tools" menu
  • the standard Bibtex entry types can be inserted in the ".bib" file with the "Bibliography" menu
  • a "structure view" of the document for easier navigation of a document (by clicking on an item in the "Structure" frame, you can jump directly to the corresponding part of your document
  • extensive LaTeX documentation
  • in the "Messages / Log File" frame, you can see information about processes and the logfile after a LaTeX compilation
  • the "Next Latex Error" and "Previous Latex Error" commands let you reach the LaTeX errors detected by Kile in the log file
  • by clicking on the number of a line in the log file, the cursor jumps to the corresponding line in the editor
Note: Systems running OS X 10.7 Lion or later installed via an upgrade must use the 64-bit link in the 'Related Links' section.


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