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another for latex. i can't stand the way oowriter, kword, and abiword treat the letters on the page. kerning is a joke in oowriter, and nonexistant in the others... hyphenation is mediocre in all of them, and worst in kword. tried textmaker, and it's just as bad (though i haven't tried hyphenation, kerning doesn't seem to exist).
i'd use lyx/texmacs, but every time i do, i find myself wanting the (faster and more controllable) text editor interface. i'd rather put Kile in this list.