[OS X TeX] FYI: Smultron
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Fri Mar 23 07:27:48 CET 2007
Am 23.03.2007 um 03:50 schrieb Axel E. Retif:
> 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
>> - 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.[...]
That behaviour could be caused by the selected language. When I try
to use TS with german, the behaviour after I checked "Configure for
External Editor" was not as expected. I tried "Open..." a document
and it still opened the pdf _and_ the code window. After I switched
to englisch everything seems to be fine.
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