It was announced in 2008, but there still isn’t a beta version. So I’ve been looking around for another La Te X editor, and after trying a handful of alternatives, discovered Te Xstudio (previously called Tex Maker X) which seems very clean and simple, but does everything I need.
– advanced package for high-quality typesetting of “organic structures, empirical formulæ and chemical reactions” with .
Based on statistics, Quick La Te X server handles about 2 requests per second for formulas generation.
Quick La Te X has been downloaded for about 4000 times.
I regularly have requests for help from one of my research team because something in Win Edt is not working properly — such as pdf synchronization problems, or it is using an old version of Mik Te X that no longer updates, or that it has switched to using another pdf viewer without warning.
These aren’t that hard to fix, but they shouldn’t happen.