WinEdt 10.3 排版軟體
- WinEdt 10.3 排版軟體
介紹WinEdt (shareware) is a powerful and versatile ASCII editor and shell for MS Windows with a strong predisposition towards the creation of the TeX documents.
WinEdt is compatible with Windows High Contrast Schemes. It is compliant with Section 508 of the US Rehabilitation Act §1194.22. Furthermore, WinEdt is dpi-aware on a system level: it comes with high-quality graphic resources at different sizes and at startup it automatically adjusts its GUI to high-resolution displays (without stretched or blurred graphics and text)...
This version uses the powerful Uniscribe library in order to better handle Unicode and complex language processing (including support for bidirectional text). It also contains improved integration with the latest versions of MiKTeX (including proper support for MiKTeX's "Install packages on demand" feature when running TeX accessories in WinEdt console). And there is more...
WinEdt 10 runs on Windows 10, 8 and 7 (32-bit or 64-bit). It has been extensively tested under different platforms and has proven stable and reasonably fast. If you have an older version of Windows you should consider a non-unicode WinEdt 6 or even an older WinEdt 5.5.
WinEdt's overall appearance depends on your Windows and selected themes, and on the way you want to customize WinEdt's own colors and background schemes.
WinEdt is a powerful and versatile all-purpose text editor for Windows with a strong predisposition towards the creation and compilation of LaTeX documents...
WinEdt is used as a front-end (Integrated Development Environment) for compilers and typesetting systems, such as TeX, HTML or NSIS. WinEdt's highlighting schemes can be customized for different modes and its spell checking functionality supports multilingual setups, with dictionaries (word lists) for many languages available on WinEdt's Community Site www.winedt.org. Contributions are welcome!
Although reasonably suitable as an all-purpose text editor, WinEdt has been specifically designed and configured to integrate seamlessly with a TeX System (such as MiKTeX or TeX Live). However, WinEdt's documentation does not cover TeX-related topics in depth; you'll find introductions and manuals on typesetting with TeX, as well as links to other recommended accessories, on TeX's Community Site (TUG). For LaTeX-related issues visit LaTeX Community Forum: questions are welcome and help is forthcoming!
By default WinEdt's Menu is configured to run as a front end for MiKTeX. However, it is quite straightforward to configure WinEdt for a different TeX System (eg. TeX Live), or even define a completely different set of accessories. By default, Options -> Configurations -> Maintenance Menu already contains a few alternative configurations...
As an editor WinEdt allows you to exploit its intuitive (customizable) predefined interface and graphic controls. However, if you are not too keen on the mouse interface, don't worry: WinEdt also provides means to customize its keyboard interface, allowing you to use double keystroke shortcuts that can be associated with any menu item (macro, command, utility). Menu Setup and, in particular, the (invisible) popup menus, are available to provide this functionality...
Unlike many MS Windows editors, WinEdt is not based on Windows Edit or RichEdit controls but has been written from scratch (providing custom responses to Mouse and Keyboard Input and implementing its own Paint procedure which analyzes the text and determines the colors). While these features make it possible to do almost anything (while keeping the source files 100% ASCII) it also implies that WinEdt has to provide support for any language- or sometimes even hardware-specific behavior which applications based on standard controls transparently inherit (for example, Bidirectional text). Assuming there is enough interest in any such new feature I will usually implement it, following reports and suggestions from interested users. However, such an implementation is not always straightforward and it may take time. Please be patient!
WinEdt is currently lacking support for UNICODE and bidirectional text.
For most users the latest release WinEdt 5 is the best choice. WinEdt 5 is a native 32-bit application compiled with Borland's Delphi 7 Pro. WinEdt 5 runs only on Windows Vista/XP/2000 or (with some restrictions) NT/ME/98.
What do you need to run WinEdt 5?
• IBM Compatible PC with 24-bit color display 1024x764 or better
• Pentium 500MHz CPU (or better)
• 256Mb RAM (recommended: 512Mb or more)
• 500Mb Hard Drive Space available (recommended: 1Gb or more)
• Windows Vista/XP/2000
WinEdt 5 does run on weaker systems as long as your system is properly configured and you have Windows installed on your computer. You should not expect extensive support with issues related to Win9x/ME or old hardware that does not meet the above requirements.
If you upgraded your computer to Win XP from a previous version of Windows it is recommended that you re-install WinEdt 5. In particular, on Windows XP WinEdt 5 should not be run with Win9x compatibility layer (after all it is a native Win32 application!). Compatibility layer may cause problems with basic functionality (such as Copy, Cut, and Paste).
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