[OS X Emacs] Aquamacs and TeX-output-view-style

David Reitter david.reitter at gmail.com
Wed Apr 9 06:21:13 EDT 2008

On 9 Apr 2008, at 10:00, Peter Dyballa wrote:
> Pdfsync is a method that introduces faults into the TeX or LaTeX  
> document. This behaviour of pdfsync is clearly documented. It should  
> not become a standard to make Emacs produce faulty pdfTeX output!

Very true. It's still the user's choice to put \usepackage{pdfsync} in  
their TeX files.

Geoff Ferrari wrote:

> the default
> TeX-output-view-style of "open -a Skim.app %o" is very basic, insofar
> as it doesn't try to take advantage of pdfsync to open the pdf
> document at the correct page. So perhaps the default setting could get
> a bit smarter!

Are you familiar with Apple-Shift-Click?

If you submit a patch, I'd be happy to apply it.  I didn't think of a  
way to determine the location of "displayline", but the functionality  
implemented in Aquamacs does directly what "displayline" does.

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