[texworks] Error which goes away after cleaning intermediate files.

Edd Barrett vext01 at gmail.com
Thu Nov 27 13:16:41 CET 2008


On 11/27/08, Will Robertson <wspr81 at gmail.com> wrote:
>  It's hard to know without more information, but this looks like the TeX
> compilation is sometimes terminating prematurely, and the aux file or
> something similar is getting messed up. It's a good idea to enter "x" or "q"
> when you hit a compilation error and don't want to continue the typesetting
> run to avoid these sorts of problems.

Ah i see now.  When I get an error I read it and press CTRL+T to
dismiss. Never do I press 'x' or 'q'.

2 ideas:

a) CTRL+T when output window is open, does the 'x' or 'q' for you?
b) Stop CTRL+T from dismissing the output window.



Best Regards



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