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I have, in the past, used an application named "Textures" from
Dept. of CS
Does anyone out there use TeX to produce documentation? Does TeX have some
kind of WYSIWYG GUI interface (maybe an X Window System implementation), or
is is TeX strictly character-based input? I'm mildly curious about
implementations of Tex like OzTeX and LaTex, but I want to know whether it's
worth putting this on my Linux machine to play with it or not.