[TxMt] Is the following pdfsync-instruction right?

Édouard Gilbert edouard.gilbert at eleves.bretagne.ens-cachan.fr
Thu May 10 13:35:42 UTC 2007

>>> One reason TextMate should support Skim out of the box is that  
>>> there is evidence that development of PDFView may halt. On the  
>>> Sourceforge tracker, Andrea Bergia, PDFView’s developer, writes:[1]
>>>> Hello, I am the developer of PDFView, an application which seems  
>>>> superseded by your wonderful Skim in many regards. I actually  
>>>> plan to use it as my default PDF reader…
>>> Best, Mark
>>> [1]: <http://sourceforge.net/tracker/index.php?% 
>>> 20func=detail&aid=1693191&group_id=192583&atid=941984>
>> Didn't he even think about joining or even joined the ppl  
>> developing Skim?
> Apparently he did .. if you look at the last comment on that thread  
> (from Andrea) he writes:
> """
> It works. Thanks for the great speed, and for the quality of the  
> software.
> I am seriously thinking about declaring PDFView "dead" and Skim as the
> "successor"; I'll just wait for some more LaTeX support (and maybe  
> I'll try
> to help a bit with writing it).
> Again, thanks.

That would be great. If I'm right, PDFViewer was on it's way to  
include TeXShop Spotlight-based source/PDF sync, and I'd like to get  
rid of pdfsync. That function included in Skm would be even better.

Is anyone able to have the suggested “Show in Skim (pdfsync)” command  
they describe working? It only switch to Skim with me but does not  
jump to the right place.


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