This page allows you to download VoxPretex Version November 2017.

Under WINDOWS, you download the compressed file jaPreTeX.zip and you unzip it preferably in your "home"  directory.

This create a directory jaPreTeX which has, as a sub directory among others, the directory "jarFiles". You open it and there you double-click on the executable "VocPretex.exe". VoxPreTeX opens now on a welcome document.

Because you MUST NOT move any files out of this directory, I conseil strongly  that you create an alias on the desk and put on it the icone "asterix.ico" which is in the directory jaPreTeX.

  

For MACINTOSH, you download the compressed file  jaPreTeX.zip and you unzip preferably in your "home"  directory.

This create a directory jaPreTeX which has, as a sub directory, among others, the directory
 "jarFiles". You open it and there you double-click on the executable "VoxPreTeX". VoxPreTeX opens now on a welcome document.

If your OS is High Sierra, then, because of a bug on it not yet fixed, you must move the program "VoxPreTeX" on your desk, then move it back in the directory "jarFiles"! Now you double-click on "VoxPreTeX" . VoxPreTeX opens now on a welcome document.

Because all files in this directory must stay there, I strongly conseil   that you create an alias of VoxPreTeX on the desk.

Be careful.

VoxPreTeX has already installed Java and the orthographic corrector Aspell.

Never the less, on Mc OS, you must install "coco aspell" which is in the directory  Aspell contained in jaPreTeX.

    If you already have files *.bib, you have to put them in the directory ../jaPreTeX/bibFiles in order for VoxPreTeX to read them.

    Because TeX is too big to be included, you will have to verify that all the fields of the menu FiLes/PreTeX Commands are correctly filled.
This window opens automatically in case there is a problem with TeX or with the previewer.
    In the directory "jaPreTeX" you have a text file "ReadMe" which tells you how to install new dictionnaries for the spell checker used by jPreTeX and how to open directly LaTeX files with
VoxPreTeX

  The jPreTeX documentation is now contextual, except for the "vocal" part. For it you have to click on the "butterfly" button.

Bye-Bye.