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Oh man, super excited for this release.
A WYSIWYM-mode for the editor would be extremely useful.
Looking great so far!
I’ve been using 4 for a while now to crank out some papers and I’ve got some feature requests:
1. Please put comment/uncomment in the right-click popup menu
2. Add a “column mode” to the text editor
3. It would be helpful if inverse search from PDF took the inlage editor cursor to the line of text, as opposed to the text section as it currently does
4. Add a graphical/spreadsheet bibtex organizer, kind of like this: http://jabref.sourceforge.net/images/JabRef-ScreenShot-MainWindow.png
5. I second a WYSIWYM mode
I don’t know if this is in the scope of Inlage development, but it would be extraordinarily helpful if you made a TikZ drawing tool that operated much like Microsoft Visio, but output Tikz code… The tool would allow both Tikz entry -> rendering or WYSIWYG drawing to Tikz code. This could be either stand-alone or work inside of Inlage. It would be quite an undertaking of a project, but I think its needed in the LaTeX community and I’d be willing to pay for it. An Inlage (say release 6 or 7) that had a Tikz drawing tool would be the holy grail of LaTeX entry.
Thanks much for your hard work!
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