[TxMt] Typeset and View issue
bonelake at gmail.com
Mon Jan 7 17:17:09 UTC 2008
On Jan 7, 2008, at 10:31 AM, Charilaos Skiadas wrote:
> Are you familiar with latexmk.pl, which automatically runs however
> many times it is necessary? Does that not take care of this problem
> for you?
> I have found two things. First off, because of using latexmk.pl, I
> have never had the need to press those buttons.
> Second, I would find it faster to press cmd-w and cmd-r, instead of
> clicking on the corresponding button.
> Not saying that this shouldn't be fixed, just that I would not have
> expected it to be too much of a problem.
> Brad, is this an easy fix?
as it needs to be yet. When any of the buttons are pressed there is
output window. Like you, I rarely use the buttons because latexmk.pl
works so well in its latest incarnation. I've tried several
variations of the document.location.hash = "foo" trick to move the
focus to the right part of the document but no luck. If anyone has
I'm happy to try them out.
> Haris Skiadas
> Department of Mathematics and Computer Science
> Hanover College
> On Jan 7, 2008, at 8:55 AM, mapcdi at mac.com wrote:
>> I agree; it would be best to always end up at the end
>> of the panel, so you can rerun if needed after making changes.
>> Thx for the great Latex Bundle and the Latex Watch, etc.,
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>>> Date: Sun, 6 Jan 2008 17:43:52 +0000 (UTC)
>>> From: Chris <listservs at mac.com>
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>>> When compiling LaTeX documents, the Typeset and
>>> View pane works properly when invoked from by running
>>> the compile command from the contextual menu, or by
>>> using the hotkey combination. However, when commands
>>> are run by clicking the buttons provided at the bottom
>>> of the T&V panel at the end of a completed command
>>> (e.g. re-run latex, run bibtex), the panel does not
>>> scroll down automagically to follow the most recent
>>> output. This makes it hard to follow.
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