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Re: Which editor do you use for math articles
In article <gkscfe$eet$1 at smc.vnet.net>, "Sean Teller" <sean.teller at gmail.com> wrote: > It is not a > WYSIWYG (what you see is what you get) editor. All modern TeX implementations allow you to type the TeX input into one window (the "edit window"); hit some key combination like cmd-T; and instantly see the typeset material fully formatted in final form in a second window (the "typeset window"). [Unless your TeX input has some error, in which case the typeset output will only appear up a point where the error occurs; a description and explanation of the error will appear in a third "log window" -- and hitting some other key combo will take you back to the input window **with the cursor positioned at the point or line where the error was encountered".] This has been the case for many years.