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Texmaker 3.5.1 released (updated) PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Stefan Kottwitz   
Thursday, 01 November 2012 22:54

Texmaker version 3.5.1 has been released on October 31, 2012. The free cross-platform LaTeX editor now supports export via TeX4ht to HTML, Open Document and MathML.

Update, November 2, 2012: version 3.5.2 appeared today which fixes the bug about the shortcut of the "quick build" command.

Enhancements in this version, from the ChangeLog file:Texmaker logo

  • An export wizard to HTML, Open Document and MathML has been added, working via TeX4ht.
  • In a command, ## would now be replaced by #, !! by !, %% by % and @@ by @. In this way the characters #, !, % and @ can now be used in a command, which is required, for example, by the Okular viewer.
  • Standard output messages are now displayed also for the bib(la)tex command.
  • XeLaTeX has been added to the standard commands, there's a new "quick compilation" mode : xelatex + view pdf.
  • A directory can be added to the system path, via a new option in the configuration dialog (Qt>=4.6 is required).
  • Several bugs have been fixed.

The complete ChangeLog can be found here. Click here for downloading versions for Linux, Mac OS X or Windows or source files.


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