[TxMt] Re: TM2 LaTeX Problem
dhowden at gmail.com
Fri Mar 9 15:41:33 UTC 2012
I've had several problems with the LaTeX bundle and PDF Sync using Skim.
In the end I manually setup Skim (in Skim Preferences) to call a python
script which then opens TM2 using txmt:// url scheme (TM2 claims this url
scheme everytime you open the Terminal tab of the preferences).
Here is my scrip:
commandString = "open \"txmt://open?url=file://%s&line=%s\"" %
I have made several changes to the avian LaTeX bundle to fix other
problems, so I would recommend that you start a fresh with my version (I
have been waiting for a pull from the official repo for several months now).
Make sure that you uninstall the default avian LaTeX bundle from the TM2
Preferences before manually installing this one.
On Fri, Mar 9, 2012 at 2:57 PM, vonera <vonera at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi all,
> i have an issue with TM2 and LaTex.
> I've used TM1 with Skim, then i've installed TM2 and after some
> modifications it was working fine.
> the only remaining problem was the Sync with Skim. Every time i tried to go
> back from Skim to tex file, it opened TM1.
> I removed TM1 with AppCleaner (this was a mistake as i read
> http://old.nabble.com/TM2-LaTeX-Woes-to32981904.html#a32984513 here )
> After that i've removed TM2 and did everything the same as before.
> I've installed TM1, set the path, compiled some tex file, configured Skim,
> compiled tex file again.
> then i've installed TM2. At first time i tried to open a tex file it asked
> me like the first time to install the LaTex bundle.
> After downloading 4 packages and "installing" them it opened the tex file
> but the active bundle was PlainText.
> In the Bundle editor i can see the LaTex but it is grayed-out.
> Does anybody have an idea how to proceed?
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