>> I never use buttons for latex markup insertion. I rather prefer auto
>> completion features.
> I never do, either. But my girlfriend who is new to latex uses it a lot.
> I think people who need to use latex, but are not coming from the
> programming/informatics/engineering department are not so good at
> looking at Latex as a programming environment with a syntax of its own.
> They rater like to use the click-and-point method as in Word, and the
> latex markup insertion is good way as a transition (or even as a
> permanent) solution.
Yes, I definitely do agree. I was not suggesting to remove them. I was
just reporting what I was using, and what not, from the "computer
scientist's" point of view.
>> [BTW, in 1.9, there are also some subtle bugs in word wrap. Have they
>> been fixed in 2.0 or should I report them better to you?]
> [I also have problems with 1.9 word-wrap, and it is not corrected in 2.0
> : loooong lines get chopped up to many smaller ones, and when scrolling
> either all the chopped-up lines are on the screen, or none, which makes
> the scrolling very choppy, if one such looong line takes up half the
> vertical space. Note: this problem exists in the Qt4 version of kile,
> too, I just checked from svn - I filed this bug as bug no. 155728 ]
I think I'm experiencing some different issues. I'll try to make a
report sooner or later...