What you may don't know is that the wiki concept can be brought to your own computer, running as a nice standalone application. Then you can easily edit multiple …
Let's start 2007 with good news!
It's a web editor for txt2tags files, similar to editors found in phpBB forums. You write your text on the box and use the special buttons on the left to add formatting …
Day 24, version 2.4. Got it? :)
Take all the dust and spiders out of your current txt2tags installation and upgrade to the fresh new stylish Christmas release.
Tons of bug fixes, new mark to comment multiple lines, more than one CSS per HTML file and user-defined .sty files for …
HAPPY HOLIDAYS for all you nice txt2tags users.
Without your kind words, energy, comments, ideas, code and bug reports, we would never leave the 0.x series... With your help, today txt2tags is a five years old stable mature program. Thanks!
Now take a minute to think with me.
- For …
More good news for you, KDE people!
Now you can right-click any .t2t file in your disk and choose the "Process with Ktxt2tags" menu item to open the …
Michael Malien strikes again! Now he translated the Manual Page to German. You know, manpage. That thing UNIX users love to hate.
His work is already online on the documentation page.
Our French friend Nicolas Dumoulin has made a KDE front-end for txt2tags. If you're on the penguin side of the force and prefer green dragons to bare feet, you should try this out!
Update: ktxt2tags now can run using QT libs, so you can use it on Linux, Windows and …
I'll quote Dmitri:
I thought you would like to know that I've released a txt2tags extension for …
Hello! Just a quick post to inform you that the team grew even more:
- Michael Malien translated the Writing Books to German.
- Martin J. Ponce revised the Spanish program messages (potfile).
Their work is already online on the documentation page.
In txt2tags, you ever wondered how to:
- Make strike, subscript or superscript text?
- Insert the ALT text for images?
- Create a custom DIV or SPAN?
- Make a line break \<BR>?
- Load extra LaTeX packages?
- Make colored code snippets?
Fear don't. Txt2tags Tips & Tricks!
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