[OS X TeX] Full screen split view with TeX and pdf on El Capitan
paynito at gmail.com
Fri Oct 2 09:04:56 CEST 2015
I can't figure out how to set the custom build commands for ⌘-B on sublime.
I use the terminal latexmk -xelatex -f mainv10.tex
Then I click on the old pdf in preview.app and it reloads.
Can you give a walkthrough of the sublime text + skim setup?
On Thu, Oct 1, 2015 at 2:42 PM, Stephen Lienhard <stephenl at 2bike4.com>
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> There is another way to enable split screen which I like better:
> My primary use has been Sublime on the left and Skim on the right for TeX
> > On Oct 1, 2015, at 7:02 AM, Luis Sequeira <lfsequeira at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hi
> > Maybe this has been discussed already, but this feature seems to work
> reasonably well to create a non-distracting environment for TeX-writing -
> just hold down the green dot on the source window, place it on the left,
> and then select the pdf window to have it on the right.
> > You get a full screen split view with only your tex source and your pdf
> output - zero distractions.
> > In my limited testing, it seems to work pretty nicely - except for the
> console window. I had it set to appear always, and this way we get an ugly
> switch out and immediately back into full screen.
> > I just changed the preferences so it only appears when an error occurs.
> I can live with that.
> > I think I will use this quite a lot. What do you think?
> > Luis Sequeira
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