[OS X TeX] FYI: Smultron

Axel E. Retif axretif at igo.com.mx
Fri Mar 23 03:50:04 CET 2007

On Mar 22, 2007, at 20:30 , Roussanka Loukanova wrote:

> On Thu, 22 Mar 2007, Axel E. Retif wrote:
>> On 22 Mar, 2007, at 19:33 , Roussanka Loukanova wrote:
>>> On Thu, 22 Mar 2007, Christian Burk wrote:
>>>> Am 22.03.2007 um 18:34 schrieb Gary L. Gray:
>>>> [...]
>>>>> Is there a way to invoke typesetting from within Smultron so  
>>>>> that the preview in TeXShop is then updated?
>>> ...
>>>> It seems that I found a way. You just have to set up TS for  
>>>> using with an external editor, add typeset button and engine  
>>>> menu to the preview window of TS. Then open up the tex files in  
>>>> smultron and when you have added it and saved you can typeset it  
>>>> via the preview window of TS.
>>> From within Emacs, I can't get preview in TexShop updated, and if  
>>> I close TexShop, then it opens always on page 1.
>>> I think this has to do with TeXShop not with Emacs, despite that  
>>> I have in
>>> TeXShop Preferences -> External Editor -> Automatic Preview  
>>> Update (checked)
>> You have to check also ``Configure for External Editor'' in the  
>> Document tab of Preferences.
> I've checked it. Irritatingly, TexShop still does not work as it is  
> supposed to:
> - TexShop re-opens always on the 1st page, not on the last viewed  
> page.
> - if TeXShop is left opened with the pdf displayed, it doesn't update
> with new typesetting.

How strange! I just checked and it does for me. Just to be sure: in  
the ``Document'' tab of Preferences, I have checked ``Configure for  
External Editor'', and in the ``Preview'' tab ``Automatic Preview  

Then you have to quit TeXShop, typeset in Emacs and open the PDF  
again in TeXShop (I have configured Emacs to use TeXShop as the  
default PDF viewer, so for me this is automatic).

Hope this helps.



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