Developer website: Valletta Ventures Ltd.
Texpad is a LaTeX editor designed for straightforward navigation of projects of any size. When Texpad opens a document it scans through it, looking for LaTeX structure commands and any included files, then it presents you with an outline view with which you can swiftly navigate the entire project.
Texpad replaces LaTeX's obscure console output with a table of typesetting errors. Clicking on these errors will direct you to the offending line in the LaTeX source.
Texpad's elegant single window design saves you from the clutter of windows. In even the largest projects all files are accessible from the outline view to the left of the editor. This one-window design works especially well with OS X 10.7 Lion's fullscreen mode.
- Full support for Mojave’s Dark Mode
- Bugfixes for incompatibilities introduced with Mojave, for example the toolbar issue
- Added option for German Ordering in the makeindex options
- Placeholder added for PDF viewer
- Automated TexpadTeX switch off with problem packages
- Cleanup of some unused preferences options
- Autotypeset bug where it would not start with unsaved documents
- Viewer bugs
- Where it jumps when adding a page to a document
- Where it starts at the bottom of a large pdf the first time open it
- That could cause the viewer to flash when using Live Typeset
- Back/forward buttons in single page mode
- Viewer would jump to the start of the document when switching between continous and non-continous page modes
- Viewer could change focus after a TexpadTeX caching run
- Bug where Texpad could hang when importing a document to Texpad Connect
- Bug where Texpad may not reopen a document and/or hang on CMD-Q
- Bug where Texpad could try to create a PDF from a bib file
- Bug where Texpad would seem to be constantly analysing a document after open
- Occasional crash with live typeset
- Occasional crash when shutting down
- Bug where Texpad’s autocomplete would not show a cite keys containing + symbols
- macOS 10.12 or later
- For typesetting user must have a LaTeX distribution installed. MacTeX is available for free.