[OS X TeX] Page scrolling in TeXShop
jerome.laurens at u-bourgogne.fr
Thu Oct 7 09:44:05 CEST 2004
Le 7 oct. 04, à 09:30, Bruno Voisin a écrit :
> Is anybody on this list aware of a command (keyboard shortcut?)
> allowing, when using Multi-Page display format for the Preview
> window, to scroll down or up by one page, or by the height of a
> window, *without* altering the lateral centering of the page inside
> the window?
> This is really bugging me at the moment: I usually set the
> magnification and dimension of the Preview window such that only the
> body of the page occupies the width of the window, the margins being
> hidden. In Single Page display format, everything's OK, the left or
> right arrows scroll up or down by one page without perturbing the
> lateral centering of the page inside the window, and similarly moving
> to a given page (specified by its number) does not perturb the
> centering either. However, in Multi-Page format, the same commands
> move up or down as expected, *but* reset arbitrarily the left border
> of the page to the left border of the window. As a result, in my
> particular case, every time I move up or down without using the up or
> down arrows, I have afterwards to re-position the page content
> laterally, such that the left margin is hidden and the whole width of
> the text shown.
> I've been looking for hidden page scrolling shortcuts, with no luck.
> Still wondering whether this is a bug, or a design flaw.
design flow definitely.
The actual behaviour and the one you describe both should be
In the meanwhile, as a workaround, did you consider a flat 45"
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