On Tue, 5 Dec 2006, Basil Malyshev submitted an update to the
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> Most noticeable improvements (in short):
> * Added keyboard shortcuts for symbol panels.
> It enables to insert math via keyboard.
> Alt+G - lowercase greek, Shift+Alt+G uppercase greek.
> Alt+Q - Big Operators.
> Alt+N - Binary Operators.
> Alt+R - Binary Relations.
> Alt+M - Mics Math Symbols.
> * Also added one shortcut for text mode.
> Alt+T - Text Symbols
> \dots (d) \vdots (v) \S (q) \P (p) \copyright (c)
> \textregistered (r) \texttrademark (t)
> \textdagger (g) \textbullet (b) \textsterling (s)
> \euro (e)
> * We have done pretest of BaKoMa TeX under VISTA beta.
> Version 7.80 includes some performance improvements.
> * BaKoMa TeX Support Site (http://www.bakomatex.com
> is opened to provide News (RSS Feed) and
> technical support via `Support Tickets'.
> More details about changes and another bug fixing see at:
> Basil K. Malyshev
> PS: Please send announce to appropriate mailing lists.
> -------------------- About BaKoMa TeX 7.80 ------------------
> BaKoMa TeX 7.80 supports two coexisting IDE:
> 1) BaKoMa TeX Word - Visual (True WYSIWYG) LaTeX Editor.
> 2) Text Editor + DVI Viewer - Classical IDE.
> About BaKoMa TeX Word.
> BaKoMa TeX Word is True WYSIWYG LaTeX Editor.
> The word `True' is used to highlight two following
> 1) It is True WYSIWYG Editor.
> It means that display shows precisely the same
> what will be printed. It looks as if you edit
> your document immediately in DVI Viewer window.
> 2) It is True LaTeX Editor.
> It edits LaTeX source text without any
> import/export procedure. It means that
> you can load and edit any LaTeX 2e document.
> BaKoMa TeX Word is built on top of BaKoMa TeX
> graphic engine and consequently it inherits all features
> of BaKoMa TeX related with import graphics,
> font support, and document export.
> It supports processors:
> (1) Standard TeX and (2) e-TeX.
> Other processors such as Omega may be added in future.
> It imports:
> EPS, PDF, JPEG, PNG, GIF, TIFF, PCX,
> MSP, BMP, WMF, EMF, FIG, HPGL, and DXY.
> It supports fonts:
> OpenType (OTF/TTF), TrueType, PostScript Type1 (including MM),
> PostScript Type 3, and TeX PK/VF.
> It exports:
> DVI, PDF, SVG, PS, PNG (with HTML wrapper), and HTML (TeX4HT).
> It includes built-in PostScript interpreter accessible via DVIPS
> compatible special interface that supports such macro packages as:
> PSTricks, PSFrag, graphics (psfig), draftcopy,
> PowerDot, Prosper, Beamer, etc.
> Most important application of BaKoMa TeX Word is
> final step corrections of LaTeX papers before publishing.
> Editing slides in WYSIWYG interface
> (with such packages as PowerDot, Prosper, Beamer, etc.)
> is another impressive feature of `BaKoMa TeX Word'.
> Beginner users of LaTeX may consider TeXWord as
> good start point for learning LaTeX together with writing papers.
> TeXWord is transparent for cooperation.
> TeXWord don't use additional macro packages.
> So that documents made with TeXWord may be compiled
> in any LaTeX setup without any adaptation.
> In other side, TeXWord can handle arbitrary LaTeX documents.
> So, that your coleagues may even don't know that you use
> powerful WYSIWYG tool to edit your part of common work.
> More information about `BaKoMa TeX Word' is at:
> Some snapshots are available at:
> Root of BaKoMa TeX distribution is at:
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