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I agree with Walks. I believe TeX/LaTeX will become a dinosaur in the future when PDF and MS Word will be enhanced (hopefully) so that they are state of the art for scientific publishing. Techwriter should not be overloaded with features only for few people. I'm interested to have a FAST and simple to use TeX/LaTeX Reader for RISC OS which will not capitulate when reading not only old but also recent TeX/LaTeX files.

 is a RISC OS UserGregor on 9/7/07 3:50PM
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