VTeX/Win editor supports TeX brace matching. This could be a great time-saver when you are looking for a hard-to-find macro error. Here is a small example:
TeX Syntax hilighting is another unique feature of the VTeX editor. VTeX editor paints keywords, mathematics, \def'ines, braces and commands in different colors:
You can select the actual colors easily or turn the hilighting off if you editing a non-\TeX file. An intuitive syntax hilight dialog is used for the former:
VTeX editor supports instant magnification of text in 1pt increments. If the screen space is at a premium (you are editing and previewing at the same time), you can make the text appear very small:This is a sample text document shown at different sizes.
Change it to normalThis is a sample text document shown at different sizes.
or to large..This is a sample text document shown at different sizes.
with a single keystroke...
VTeX editor supports multiple types of blocks:
In VTeX/Win stream blocks are selected with the mouse (left button depressed) or Shift-cursor keys.
In VTeX/Win rectangular blocks are selected with the mouse (Ctrl-key depressed) or Ctrl-Shift-cursor keys.
Block operations include clipboard copy/cut/paste; direct copy/move; file read/write. Less usual operations are character fill and overlay, and upper/lower case block conversion.
Other features of the VTeX editor include: