[texworks] new *experimental* builds

Jonathan Kew jfkthame at googlemail.com
Thu Feb 18 18:19:28 CET 2010

On 18 Feb 2010, at 17:12, Bruno Voisin wrote:

> Le 15 févr. 2010 à 01:41, Jonathan Kew a écrit :
>> For those who like to live on the "bleeding edge", I have posted new Mac and Windows builds of the development version of TeXworks (built from Subversion trunk r.567). These include scripting support for QtScript, Lua, and Python, as well as various other minor enhancements and bug-fixes.
>> As always, feedback is welcome. Note that these builds implement the "new" scripting APIs using the "TW" global, so older scripts will need updating; e.g., the former "target" or "TWTarget" object is now addressed as "TW.target", etc.
> Not sure that's connected, but I've just noticed that, on OS X (Snow Leopard), the preview window is overly sensitive to gestures on a Magic Mouse: if you've scrolling activated, the slightest motion of a finger on the surface of the mouse causes the page to scroll up or down (instead of just displacing the page inside the window -- assuming only a portion of the page is displayed in the window).
> It may be some peculiarity of my setup. Scroll is on with momentum, and two-fingers swipe is on too. The tracking and scrolling cursors are to their rightmost positions, but that doesn't seem to have any effect on the issue. By the way, two-finger swipe doesn't seem to be taken into account.

Hmmm. I doubt this is specific to the new build, as nothing in that area has changed lately. But I can certainly believe there could be issues like this.

I don't have a Magic Mouse to test with, but I'll experiment a bit with trackpad gestures and see how those behave....


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