TeXlips - A MiKTeX GUI for NoteTab
The NoteTab clipbook library TeXlips has been designed to help the novice and the experienced MiKTeX user to run TeX and friends applications in a convenient and user friendly manner. The clip programming language in NoteTab is powerful and flexible enough to make this possible and hopefully TeXlips is able to fulfill its task of being the glue that binds the editor, the Windows operating system, and MiKTeX into a well integrated TeX system.
You are, of course, free to edit TeXlips as long as you change the names of the clipbar (
*.ctb), the clipbook (
*.clb), and the ReadMe.txt and TeXlips.otl files if you make a revision available to other users; you may redistribute the "TeXlips 1.20" software only in the file
TeXlips.zip and only if all included files are the original files. These files are:
AMS-LaTeX for TeXlips.clb
LaTeX2e for TeXlips.clb
TeXlips New TeX File.tpl
batfiles.zip file contains exactly 18 batch files. They are:
TeXlips_icons.zip file includes 72 icon files (
*.ico). These are all in 18x18 pixel format with 16 colors. The background color is pink and NoteTab will interpret this color as transparent (the lower left corner of these icon are always pink and this corner color determines what's transparent in NoteTab). These icons will not look good in Windows explorer, but should be pleasant in NoteTab; the usual transparency feature (such as in Microangelo) doesn't work in NoteTab and hence I picked the color pink as tranparent.
By installing TeXlips (the software), you (the user) take full responsibility for what the launch clips may do to your computer, including its software. In legal terms, TeXlips is provided "AS IS" without any warranty of any kind, either expressed or implied, including, but not limited to, the implied warranty of fitness for a particular purpose. The entire risk as to the quality and performance of the software is with you, the user. Should the software prove defective, you assume the risk and liability for the entire cost of all necessary repair, service, or correction.
Last Updated: February 17, 2004
Copyright © 1998-2004 Anders Warne