[texworks] texworks Digest, Vol 21, Issue 49
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Mon Apr 26 09:36:36 CEST 2010
k_imre Imre a écrit :
> Hi Daniel,
> I did what you suggested. I created a test.tex which contains what
> you wrote. Running the Command Prompts, when I typed
> "test.tex <enter>", texworks appeared in a window with test.tex in
> it. But there was no display window as indicated it would in the help
> files, as the same happened with my converted file.
Why do you work with command prompt?
It is better to launch TeXworks as a Windows application and do al the
work from there.
> Then I ran "pdflatex test.tex <enter>", again from the Command line,
> and the test.pdf was generated, which I could read it with Acrobat
> Next I ran "test.tex <enter>" again, and this time the display window
> appeared with the test.ps next to TeXworks with test.tex in it.
> Apparently the first time running a program, display does not work
> since there is no pdf file yet. Am I still missing something?
> Thank you for your reply,
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> Date: Sun, 25 Apr 2010 13:07:27 -0400
> From: "k_imre Imre" <k_imre at msn.com <mailto:k_imre at msn.com>>
> To: <texworks at tug.org <mailto:texworks at tug.org>>
> Cc: k_imre at msn.com <mailto:k_imre at msn.com>
> Subject: [texworks] texworks doesn't work
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> I just installed (twice) miktex on my winXP and installation went
> on without error.
> Then I loaded a tex file which was generated by GrindEQ
> Word-to-LaTeX 2008.
> The program was loaded alright, with Typeset selected as
> but there were no PDF display. What am I doing wrong? Please
> help. Thank you.
> Kaya Imre k_imre at msn.com<mailto:k_imre at msn.com
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> From: Daniel Becker <d.becker at jpberlin.de
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> > What am I doing wrong? Please help. Thank you.
> How can we know that? What you could do is to typeset a very basic
> file like
> hello - I am a test
> and see if you see it as an after pdflatex'ing it. If yes, your
> installation is most likely ok and your other file is the problem
> (converters usually make mistakes). There is a log-file that may
> give you hints about errors .....
> Good luck -
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