The command checks to make sure that you have included pdfsync.sty before it attempts to sync with Skim. Since the Skim to LaTeX part is working my question is where and how do you have pdfsync included in your latex file? The command should be smart enough to follow inputs and includes but maybe you have a case I didn't consider.
Have you tried this out on a simpler document? Do you have the same trouble there?
On Oct 31, 2007, at 4:43 PM, Phil Schumm wrote:
Hi, I'm a brand new TextMate user (as of yesterday), and have enjoyed very much my experience so far. I do a lot of writing in LaTeX, and have been very impressed with the design of the LaTeX- related features. Virtually everything has worked as advertised, and I'm busy integrating those new features I haven't had in the past into both my memory and my workflow.
One question: The command "Typeset & View (PDF)" works fine, as does syncing from my viewer (Skim) back to TextMate. However, I currently am unable to go the other way. When I try "Show in PDF Viewer (pdfsync)", nothing happens; if I change the output setting for the command (in the bundle editor) to "Show as HTML", then executing the command via the menu gives the following message:
Running sync on sensory-function.tex pdfsync.sty must be included to use this command
I've looked through the list archives, but don't see any mention of this symptom. I don't mind getting my hands dirty (and do have some skill in Python, so I've started looking at texMate.py), but was hoping someone could point me in the right direction to finish diagnosing and/or fixing this particular issue.
(TeX Live 2007 distribution, Skim and TextMate both up-to-date)
Thanks very much,
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