[texworks] Tw in Ubuntu 10.04
Paul A Norman
paul.a.norman at gmail.com
Thu Oct 28 00:15:29 CEST 2010
>"I wrote "TeX program", not TeXWorks"!
Yes you absolutely did, sorry I was, as I explained in a previous post
(27 October 2010 13:37), more worried about how some new users have
looked at things - some do not really appreciate or actually
understand that the whole thing is actually running on any sort of
*TeX engine at all and still view the whole process as something more
like LyX or a bare-bones word-processor.
Please accept my apologies for any misunderstanding.
On 27 October 2010 23:03, Peter Ryder <peter at pryder.de> wrote:
> On 26.10.2010 23:46, Paul A Norman wrote:
>> ">close the TeX program (which is waiting for input) by clicking on
>> the red button in the top left corne"
>> This does not actually "close" TeXWworks, just stops the current
>> typesetting run.
> I wrote "TeX program", not TeXWorks"!
>> On 27 October 2010 05:15, Peter Ryder<peter at pryder.de> wrote:
>>> On 26.10.2010 15:00, Peter Hertel wrote:
>>>> I run Tw r.466 under Ubunto 10.04 on a conventional laptop. I currently
>>>> write a book which consists of roughly 100 included files. Although I
>>>> synchronizaten between source code and pdf output, there are two
>>>> features. One is that rather often the copy/paste procedure produces
>>>> unwanted insertions into the text file which I cannot reproduce. And
>>>> worse: each time a LaTeX error is detected, I habe to go to the files
>>>> and delete all aux files. WinEdt was better in this respect. What has
>>>> Please help me because I want to stay with Tw.
>>>> Peter Hertel
>>> To the second problem: I have experienced this. The cure, as I remember,
>>> to close the TeX program (which is waiting for input) by clicking on the
>>> button in the top left corner, before making any changes to the document.
>>> Peter Ryder.
>>> Professor Peter Ryder, Joseph-Ressel-Str. 7, 28357 Bremen, Germany
>>> Tel. +49 421274953, mobile +49 1636284953
> Professor Peter Ryder, Joseph-Ressel-Str. 7, 28357 Bremen, Germany
> Tel. +49 421274953, mobile +49 1636284953
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