[OS X TeX] Poll: is TeXniscope still useful to you? why?
Chris.Skeels at unimelb.edu.au
Sat Feb 28 21:37:33 CET 2009
TeXniscope allows continuous horizontal scrolling, which comes the closest
to my non-electronic experience of reading of any pdf viewer that I have
ever found. To the best of my knowledge no other pdf viewer does this,
although I don't claim my knowledge to be definitive. I once put in a
feature request to the developers of Skim for this and their response was
along the lines of it not being part of the relevant Apple framework and so
not something that they can do.
On 1/3/09 4:57 AM, "Enrico Franconi" <franconi at inf.unibz.it> wrote:
> I am happily now using Skim to preview dvi files - it uses dvipdfmx as
> well. I wonder whether TeXniscope could do more things than Skim
> On 28 Feb 2009, at 11:47, Massimiliano Gubinelli wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> since some time I've discontinued the development of TeXniscope.app
>> (a simple DVI/PDF viewer). Mayor reason is that the move to TeXLive as
>> "official" Mac TeX distribution have broken the embedded instance of
>> Other reason is that I've stopped to fight TeX user-unfriendlyness and
>> started to hack TeXmacs (www.texmacs.org) to run natively on MacOSX.
>> However from time to time I continue to receive mails from users which
>> ask me to fix TeXniscope.
>> Since my time is limited I would like to know if the effort will be of
>> some value for a reasonable number of people, otherwise I will
>> discontinue to support TeXniscope (as far as I understand it is now
>> obsoleted by Skim, but I do not use it so I cannot judge). So I
>> would like
>> to know how many of you still use TeXniscope (or would like to do
>> so) on
>> 10.5 and why (so that I can concentrate my efforts on the features
>> that make it preferable to other viewers).
>> Of course if somebody want to take care of the program I happily
>> can pass over the maintenance and development.
>> Massimiliano Gubinelli
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