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Te​XPreview

by alexkorovkov ST2/ST3

Sumlime Text plugin for preview TeX(LaTeX) equations

Labels tex, latex, preview

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  • Win 431
  • OS X 234
  • Linux 205
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TeXPreview

Sumlime Text plugin for preview TeX(LaTeX) equations or some blocks.

This is a simple plugin that can help you to preview your TeX (or LaTeX) equations or a block in your file(beta).

This plugin can do: - View an equation in an external program (you can change it using Preferences -> Package Settings -> TexPreview menu) or in Sublime build window - Monitor for changing an equation while you are writing it (unfortunately Windows doesn't support it with external programs) - View a string or content in a block: \begin{...} ... \end{...}

View in Sublime work only if you have ImageMagick on your computer.

To view an equation you should set the cursor in TeX equation code and run “latex_preview” command. To view a current latex content (string or block) you should run “latex_block_preview” command.

This plugin have been tested and works on Windows, Linux and macOS.

TeXPreview commands

To run and stop TeXPreview plugin you should use the following shortcut

[
  {
    "keys": ["ctrl+l"],
    "command": "latex_preview"
  },
  {
     "keys": ["ctrl+t"],
     "command": "latex_block_preview"
  },
  {
    "keys": ["ctrl+shift+l"],
    "command": "latex_stop_preview"
  }
]

You can change it using Preferences -> Package Settings -> TexPreview menu.

TeXPreview options

Examples for TeXPreview options for Linux platform: - “latex_path” - path to your pdf latex compiler

"latex_path": ":/usr/local/bin" - path to pdf_latex_compiler and convert application
  • “pdf_latex_compiler” - pdf latex compiler
"pdf_latex_compiler": "pdflatex"
  • “pdf_open_app” - external program for opening result .pdf file with an equation
"pdf_open_app": "okular"
  • “always_load_preamble” [true, false] - option to load your .tex file preamble every time when you build your equation via pdflatex compiler
"always_load_preamble": false
  • “load_preamble_after_error” [true, false] - option to load preamble if .pdf file isn't exist
"load_preamble_after_error": true
  • “default_preamble” - preamble that will add in a temporary tex file
"default_preamble": "\\newcommand{\\Al}{{\\alpha}}"
  • “auto_reload” [“application_reload”, “file_reload”, false, true] - variants to use the plugin. “application_reload” variant will reopen an external application (works in every OS, but it takes a lot of time) on every changing of an equation, “file_reload” (or true) variant only replace .pdf file (works excelent on OS X (with default Skim.app) and Linux (with default Okular)) on every changing of an equation, false variant only compile and open .pdf file.
"auto_reload": "file_reload"
  • “external_view” - preview in external application (true) or in Sublime (false)
"external_view": "false"