LEd and MikTeX 2.9

The LEd (LaTeX Editor) was last released in 2009 and supported MikTeX 2.8 back then. To use it with MikTeX 2.9, open ConfigurationOptions and change these settings:

  • Set TeX executables option to C:\Program Files\MiKTeX 2.9\miktex\bin (32-bit Windows) or C:\Program Files (x86)\MiKTeX 2.9\miktex\bin (64-bit Windows).
  • Leave the TeX distribution option at MikTeX 2.8

Tried with: LEd 0.53

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12 comments

  1. airmax · April 26, 2011

    Typing this here, since i can’t find your e-mail address.
    New theme is nice, but all fonts look ugly :( If you want i can send you screen shot.
    Win 7 x64 (FF 4, Opera 11, Chrome 10).
    Feel free to delete this post.

    • Ashwin Nanjappa · April 26, 2011

      Airmax: I am using FF4 on Win7 x64 and the font looks all right. Maybe it is looking different to you because your default language and font is Russian?

  2. Marc S · April 26, 2011

    I have Windows 7, MikTex 2.9 and LEd 0.53. But my DVI-Viewer in LEd doesn’t show anything than a small blue box. Of course I have set the settings like above.
    I need help, please!

    • Ashwin Nanjappa · April 26, 2011

      Marc: The DVI viewer does not work for me either. I work with PDF, so this has not been a problem for me.

  3. Milan · April 26, 2011

    Hi there,

    did you found out how to get back to work the DVI-Viewer?

    • Ashwin Nanjappa · April 26, 2011

      Milan: No, the DVI viewer is still not working. I switched to another LaTeX editor named TeXMaker.

      • Milan · April 26, 2011

        Believe or not, I did the same :)
        Happy latexing! :)

  4. Yimpo · April 26, 2011

    In Windows XP, MikTex 2.9, LEd 0.53, Ghostscript 9.02 it worked fine with your configuration.
    It interesting that in the options dialog, for the font searching library it says MiKTeX207-core.dll, but that file does not exist in my system.

  5. mia · April 26, 2011

    Hi!

    My LED DVI viewer still doesn’t work despite having Ghostscript 9.02, LED 0.53 and MikTex 2.9. I use Windows 7. Any advise?

    • Ashwin Nanjappa · April 26, 2011

      Mia: Sorry. As I pointed out in an above comment, I have now switched to using TeXMaker.

  6. Gied · April 26, 2011

    @Mia, i tried the following:

    http://hundredthreads.blogspot.com/2009/11/latexeditor-dvi-viewer-not-working.html

    this works for me led0.53/win7_64bit/miktex2.9/gs9.04
    Follow those instructions, set tex executables as above.
    C:\Program Files (x86)\gs\gs9.04\lib;C:\Program Files\MiKTeX 2.9\ghostscript\base for fonts and if you still dont see any letters after compiling, try to open the .dvi file. The fonts will be installed et voila the internal dvi viewer works!

  7. yatsek · April 26, 2011

    @Gied IT WORKS!!!

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