WHAT IS TEXTURES?
Textures is a
programmable desktop publishing system for Macintosh. An
integrated implementation of the TeX typesetting language,
Textures is most commonly used for producing scientific
articles and textbooks. Textures is also an extraordinary
tool for fine typography, database and catalogue publishing
and automated document production. You can read a review of
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WHAT IS NEW IN TEXTURES 2.1?
JPEG output for HTML Web publishers with Textures 2.1 you
can now save any typeset page directly to JPEG format, so
TeX generated mathematics can easily be included in your Web
PDF links: TeX cross reference links in HTML documents are
now carried over into PDF documents automatically.
TeX Log error menu: the Marks menu in the TeX Log window
automatically collects pointers to errors detected by the
TeX processor, so the user can choose any mark to go
directly to both the error message (in the TeX Log context)
and also to the original source document.
Interactive external editor interface! Textures 2.1 offers
an external interface that now allows complete access to all
of the interactive features known to Textures users,
including including Flash Mode, Synchronicity, Project
Master, and more. The editor link in Textures 2.1 provides a
first class external editor interface whereby Textures and
your favorite editor appear as if they were a single
integrated application, nearly seamlessly switching between
At this time interface modules are available for both the
Alpha editor and the BBEdit editor. Which to choose? It's up
Alpha provides a powerful programmable editor that you, the
user, can customize to your heart's content. Pre-programmed
to give you everything (and then some) that you've been
asking for in the Textures editor. However, we must warn you
that Alpha is a true power user editor, with every bell,
whistle, and features galore. It does not take a lot of
memory but it requires some serious learning to use it.