I read a text about combining WYSIWYG and WYWIWYM. I always thought WYWIWYM
was the best of the 2 but I never thought to combine the 2. If you don't
understand what I mean, read the attached pdf document. If you don't have time
to read, look at the screenshot on page 5. I hope what is done with the wiki
editor is also possible with a modern LaTeX editor like kile. In fact, it
should be easier to do with kile because there is no online-offline issue.
what you are looking for exists and is called lyx, see
Richtext syntax highlighting and other request for previews are useful.
Answering these request by pointing to lyx is not an answer it is simply a
denial of listening to users (I know I am harsh, but I have read this answer
too often). Maybe it is not possible because the underlying kwrite classes do
not allow such functionality - that would be a valid answer, but still it
would be great if the editor component would allow more.
Any what is most close is rather latex-preview of emacs not lyx. And emacs
definitely has not an graphical approach.
Thanks pospiech. Your comments clarified the issue more or less. I always
wondered why Kile did never integrated KLaTeXFormula for example in order to
have a nice preview of formulas. So the problem is the underlying editor .
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