[TxMt] Is the following pdfsync-instruction right?

Jenny Harrison harrison at Math.Berkeley.EDU
Thu May 10 15:29:05 UTC 2007

The Latex command for calling Skim works just as it is posted in


I used these:

Save: Nothing
Input: None
Output: Show as Tooltip
Scope selector: text.tex.latex


I have not experimented much, but Skim came right up.


On May 10, 2007, at 6:41 AM, Charilaos Skiadas wrote:

> On May 10, 2007, at 9:35 AM, Édouard Gilbert wrote:
>>> """
>>> 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.
> Is that with single files, or with projects? I haven't tried their  
> command yet, so I don't know, but if their code is similar to  
> PDFSync's, then that had some problems on its first versions of  
> dealing with syncing a master file when run from one of the  
> included files.
>> Édouard
> Haris Skiadas
> Department of Mathematics and Computer Science
> Hanover College
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