[texworks] Printing (was: Current status of Tw development)
Paul A Norman
paul.a.norman at gmail.com
Sun Nov 21 11:55:25 CET 2010
* Paul, we don't need to call the scripts, we can call the C++
functions directly ;).
I looked at it as an opportunity to see whether calling scripts was
heading into ver 0.4 .. and then whether I need to prepare scripts in
the function form you suggested previously might be needed for that?
On 21 November 2010 21:41, Stefan Löffler <st.loeffler at gmail.com> wrote:
> I like the combination of the two ideas: informing the user, and
> offering to open the file in the default viewer instead. Since Karl and
> Jonathan agree with me, I've just committed code for that.
> A few notes:
> * Paul, we don't need to call the scripts, we can call the C++
> functions directly ;).
> * I did not go the elaborate way with menus, submenus, several menu
> items, etc. There's just "Print Pdf..." which then displays a message
> box with the information and the option to open the file in the default
> viewer instead. I think this is the easiest way to this and probably
> also the one most users will understand best. Experimental features may
> be part of the development versions, but then they will most likely just
> replace the "we can't print" code - so there shouldn't be the need for
> several menu items (or even third-party program specific options)
> Thanks for the ideas!
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