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La​Te​X Equation Preview

by divinites ST3

Preview Latex equations

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LatexEquationPreview

Introduction

This plug-in make use of the new feature of Sublime Text, Phantom, to preview latex equations.

ATTENTION

This plug-in need imagemagick and texlive/mactex installed. otherwise it does not work.

If you do not have Tex installed, you won't need this plugin.

imagemagick can be downloaded here

for OSX or MacOS users, the best way to install imagemagick is brew install imagemagick.

I tested this plugin with my MacBookPro and windows 10 on Vmware environment, it should be okay for Linux as well, if you find any problem , please do not hesitate to open an issue, I will response in due course.

If you like this project, please star this repository😇. Thanks for your support!

Special Attention for Windows User:

  • To install convert.exe, please choose legacy support when installing imagemagick, otherwise it does not work.

  • convert.exe needs ghostscript support, please download it here

Usage

Currently there are two commands available:

[
    {
        "caption": "Equation Preview: View Current Equation",
        "command": "show_outstanding_preview"
    },
    {
        "caption": "Equation Preview: Clear Equation Preview",
        "command": "clean_equation_phantoms"
    },

]

Corresponding shortcut is ctrl+shift+x for show preview and ctrl+shift+alt+x for clean all preview.

Users can simply click on the phantom to close a single equation preview.

If auto-compile trigger in settings is set to true, then a preview with automatically show up when users are writing an equation.

Configuration

{
    "equation_foreground_color": "yellow",
    "equation_background_color": "",
    "equation_inline_position": "right",
    "equation_inline_size": "45%",
    "equation_block_size": "60%",
    "auto_compile": true,
    "convert_binary": "",
    "pdflatex_binary": "",
    "debug": 0
}
  • equation_foreground_color is the color of preview equations.

  • equation_background_color is the color of preview background.

  • equation_inline_size is to adjust the font size of inline equations.

  • equation_inline_position is the control where to show the inline equation preview, default value is “right”, which means the preview will show after the equation representation. If it is set to “left”, the preview will show before the equation representation.

  • auto_comile is an amazing feature, it will simultaneously compile the equations that users are writing and show it in the phantom.

  • convert_binary is the path of convert, which is a part of imagemagick package.

  • pdflatex_binary is the path of pdflatex executable.

  • debug == 1 will show additional information in the console.