Release Notes: The installation procedure has been further improved so that more configurations should now be detected automatically. The encoding support of preview-latex has been refined so that the run buffer will now yield readable output again in most situations where it can be reasonably expected to do so.
Release Notes: This version finally gets rid of all 8-bit coding issues, and supports UTF-8 and other multi-byte input. All known GhostScript versions should work for PostScript and PDF in SAFER mode. Redesigned icons now come in several sizes, blending better with the text. Installation has been made more flexible and robust, more conservative in its choices, and the Lisp startup file will now be installed automatically. It is strongly recommended that you remove a previous installation before installing this version to avoid keeping conflicting or unnecessary files.
Release Notes: Several partly longstanding bugs were discovered after the release of 0.8. It has been deleted. A bug in menu handling rendered menus unusable in most Emacs variants. Format dumping did not work on many platforms due to a far-spread regexp bug only recently corrected. The XEmacs RPM used an incorrect directory.
Release Notes: This release adds support for rendering via PDFTeX/GhostScript, rendering via dvipng, and pasting of previewed passages in mail. It adds a context menu, updates format support to work with current TeXlive constellations, tunes performance, and adds support for pdftex (including the tightpage option) to the style package.
Release Notes: This release has gained a few more commands, its menu has been reorganized, the 'fleqn' document class option from LaTeX is fully supported, 'preview.sty' has gained a much more powerful interface for configuring previews, and a few more items are previewed by default or more correctly. Various bugs have been fixed and the installation process does a better job of getting things to work particularly for Windows users, with better documentation too. Whitespace changes will not invalidate previews as they did before. This means that outline-minor-mode is usable in XEmacs now.
Release Notes: A fatal last-minute bug involving GNU Emacs was fixed.
Release Notes: Release 0.7.6 is another consolidation release since AFPL GhostScript releases 7.x failed with 0.7.5. Treatment of multi-directory projects has been corrected, but you need at least AUC TeX 11.14 to make use of it. An added feature can be customized into the new 'preview-required-option-list' variable: checking the 'counters' option will make it possible to retain correct equation and section numbering even when you are regenerating single previews. Various bugs have been fixed and the installation process does a better job of getting things to work, particularly for Windows users.
Release Notes: This is a bugfix release for XEmacs. Compatibility macros caused several conflicts with other packages when preview-latex was loaded after them. In addition, the preview icon could appear doubly in the toolbar. GNU Emacs users were not affected by either bug and need not upgrade from 0.7.4.
Release Notes: This is a consolidation release containing mostly bugfixes. Several interoperability problems under Windows and with various GhostScript versions have been dealt with. The previous release lead to problems when buffers without associated filenames were put into LaTeX mode. If this occurred while first loading preview-latex, compatibility macros caused further problems with XEmacs. As a promotional measure, preview-at-point has been added to the tool bar.
Release Notes: This is a consolidation release, containing mostly bugfixes. It has to disable a broken security implementation that persists into version 7.05 of GNU GhostScript. One new feature is dumping of precompiled preambles in order to facilitate faster regeneration of previews. You can do this via a key combination or from the Preview menu which has been moved to the menu bar from the LaTeX menu. This further improves the already impressive performance even on bottom-line computers.