Texpad
Texpad 1.6.11
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LaTeX editor.   Demo ($19.99)
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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
What's New
Version 1.6.11:
  • The only way this differs from 1.6.10 is a fix to the code signing
Requirements
  • Intel, 64-bit processor
  • OS X 10.6.8 or later
  • For typesetting user must have a LaTeX distribution installed. MacTeX is available for free.



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Iliketrash commented on 08 Feb 2013
This trend towards "elegant single window design" needs to be shot in the head. It's extremely inefficient use of precious screen area, especially for laptops. Maybe these developers don't remember Windows 1.0
[Version 1.4.5]


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slowbrain commented on 05 Dec 2011
crippled demo is worth nothing, even set of screenshots would be more helpful... I somehow cannot justify to pay more than $10 only to find it does nothing more than other free alternatives.
[Version 1.2.5]


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angelito-mendoza reviewed on 02 Dec 2011
Great
[Version 1.2.5]


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Georg-74 commented on 16 Sep 2011
I don't get it ... there are many free and oss tools out there that outpace this payed app by far. As neat as it may be, I don't know, who is going to pay even 99 Cents for something if there are stable long time developed alternatives for free like TeXMaker or TeXShop?
[Version 1.0.2]

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X3i replied on 21 Sep 2011
may be it has live preview? developer, does it?
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Osos10 replied on 13 Nov 2011
Well, does it have a live preview ? I use LaTeX a lot and don't mind to pay $14 for a solid, fast editor with a live preview (which is the only thing missing in the-otherwise-marvelous-TeXShop).
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Sampler replied on 06 Jan 2013
LaTeXian has nearly simultaneous Live Preview and is only $9.99.
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pz0513 replied on 08 Mar 2013
The editor will jump to where you click in the preview. This is why I stick to using this app. No other app thus far, to my knowledge, has this functionality. Latexian can jump, too, but must use keyboard shortcuts and is less accurate.
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Downloads:4,897
Version Downloads:140
Type:Business : Word Processing
License:Demo
Date:02 Apr 2014
Platform:Intel 64 / OS X
Price: $19.99
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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.


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