[texworks] windows and mac binaries (r.352)

Bruno Voisin bvoisin at me.com
Mon Aug 3 09:12:02 CEST 2009

Le 2 août 09 à 19:04, Jonathan Kew a écrit :

> I have just uploaded fresh Windows and Mac binaries, corresponding  
> to v0.1r352; see <http://code.google.com/p/texworks/downloads/list>.
> [...]
> As always, please report any problems with the new builds.

- It may have been there before, but I just noticed today the  
existence of a menu item Format > Line Numbers for displaying line  
numbers in the source window. Cool! But it seems that if you use the  
vertical "slider" to slide very rapidly to the end of a document say,  
and then back again to the beginning, in situations where there is a  
horizontal "slider" too, then at the end of these actions a leftover  
of the last line numbers remains on the horizontal slide bar.

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- The bug in which a hyperlink containing %3C say for "<" becomes  
%253C when the link is clicked on in the preview window, yielding non- 
existing page message in the web browser that is opened, is still  
there. Namely, the "%" is expanded to "%25" in a case in which it  
shouldn't. I've no idea whether the problem lies in TeXworks of Poppler.

As I write this, I'm realizing I reported the problem to the Mac TeX  
list (message "Behaviour of TeXworks and TeXShop vs the doi package"  
of July 13) but forgot to report it here. Here's a test file.

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- BTW, it would be nice that when the mouse hovers over a hyperlink in  
the preview window, a small box displaying the URL appears as it does  
in Adobe Reader/Acrobat, for example.

Bruno Voisin

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