If you are looking for TeXstudio, you have come to the right place. We explain what TeXstudio is and point you to the official download.
What is TeXstudio?
TeXstudio is an open-source text editor that uses the LaTeX system. It was originally a fork of Texmaker but has since developed into a more feature-rich option for LaTeX users. It has multi-cursor capabilities for multi-positional editing (a feature that contributes greatly to user efficiency), sports an auto-complete database, gives users more than 1,000 mathematical symbols by default, has support for document bookmarking, supports link overlays, has code-generating wizards for many types of inserted content, offers drag and drop image insertion, and an autoformatter for tables.
The application also has advanced syntax highlighting, code folding, a spellchecking utility, a grammar-checking utility, a reference-checking utility, a structure view tool, and a LaTeX error warning system. Users are also assured of the program’s support for various LaTeX compilers and glossary utilities, as well as support for any program’s operation. A PDF reader is integrated into the program, and inline previews (with live updating) are offered as well so that users can see the results of their work even as they do it. The program is available for Linux, Mac OS X, and Windows, and there is also a portable edition.
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File types supported by TeXstudio
About file types supported by TeXstudio
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Last updated: : December 5, 2014