[texworks] Auto Compiling

Joel Heaton joel.heaton2 at gmail.com
Wed Jan 22 16:15:19 CET 2014

Thanks, Joseph.  That did the trick.

On Tue, Jan 21, 2014 at 3:06 PM, Joseph Wright <
joseph.wright at morningstar2.co.uk> wrote:

> On 21/01/2014 18:31, Joel Heaton wrote:
>> Edit: I use texworks on Debian, Windows and ShareLatex (Chromebook).  The
>> ShareLatex version automatically skips non-critical compiler issues.  The
>> Debian and Windows versions do not requiring me to hit the enter key each
>> time to move the compilation along.  How do I set my Windows and Debian
>> versions to compile like the one on ShareLatex?
> This is not really TeXworks-specific: what you are looking for is the
> different 'interaction modes'. TeX can be instructed to run past most
> errors by giving the command-line option
>   -interaction=nonstopmode
> To do that in TeXworks, open the Preferences and on the Typesetting tab
> choose the tool you use (pdfLaTeX most likely). Use the '+' icon to add an
> additional argument, edit the new entry to read "-interaction=nonstopmode"
> (no quotes) then use the 'up arrow' to move it above the "$fullname" line.
> --
> Joseph Wright
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