I have command+i set (in sys prefs) to indent/indent selection and that
overrides the textmate file info binding (I can't remember where that's
located though, can someone remind me? all I remember is that this works)
for single files but the project info window pops up when I have a project
open and hit command+i and the indent menu item doesn't get triggered.
I looked in the key bindings.dict and the menus and bundles but failed to
find where that command is, could someone point me in the right direction
synctex is great! and works perfectly here
(back in 2003 I tried to convince Hagen and
other pdftex guys to write something like that
inside pdftex, to no avail. That's how pdfsync started,
as an awkward workaround... happy to see it gone)
Robin, it should be easy to add support for synctec
in LaTeX Watch, (just add that -syctex=1 option at the
right place in your script).
Would you do that in the next future?
Thanks to Jerome and all who are contributing to this
feature, this is really becoming mature now.
Seems the default tool_tip with implied :format => :text is using a
font that is way huge and sizes wider than the screen with long
For my needs I'm likely just going to use :format => :html with a
custom style tag. But ideally I could just use the default format.
What rules do normal system tooltips use to decide when to force wrap
to a new line?
what happened with my command+/ ? i get a system error, a sound and a flash
on the screen.and i also noticed something else, the dropdown from the
bottom right does not show me any function from the current class, it's
I'm building some stuff for the new D2 completions and I was wondering
if someone could change the font to monospaced. Ideally the same font
& size used in the document.
Infininight did a design a while back that we all agreed to. I'm not
sure whose job this stuff is. All I know is, I have no clue how to do
it or else I'd be doing that right now instead of complaining ;)
I've tested the new MacTex beta with TextMate+Skim+synctex (with pdflatex,
xelatex, and latex (with and without the latexmk.pl script)) and it all
works well on my research articles and exam files. Synctex seems to do a
slightly better job than pdfsync, in my setup.
Jacob Lukas pointed out to me that there's a major bug in the Ruby
script for installing bundles with a complex folder structure (e.g.
Objective-C, F-Script). I've already fixed that. Thus please update
the GetBundles bundle if you want to use it.
Many thanks to Jacob Lukas!
I'm getting my mailing lists all mixed up.
In case this hasn't been announced here, yet:
Begin forwarded message:
> From: "Snyder, David F" <dsnyder(a)txstate.edu>
> To: "mactex(a)tug.org" <mactex(a)tug.org>
> The Skim wiki has a recently updated (today) page on how to
> integrate Skim
> with synctex and some popular editors. Begin here:
> Also: I've tested the new MacTex beta with TextMate+Skim+synctex (with
> pdflatex, xelatex, and latex (with and without the latexmk.pl
> script)) and
> it all works well on my research articles and exam files. Synctex
> seems to
> do a slightly better job than pdfsync, in this setup.
Hope this helps,