[OS X Emacs] launching skim automatically?
nathaniel.cunningham at gmail.com
Mon Jan 10 08:54:01 EST 2011
Here's the relevant text from the Aquamacs manual (specifically from
changelog for version 2.0):
Skim is always used for all View commands (like C-c
C-v) if it is already running (customize variable
control this). . . To
manually change the Viewer used for various kinds of ﬁles (DVI, PDF, PS),
lect “LaTeX” / “Customize” and navigate to “TeX Command”, “TeX View”, “TeX
View Program Selection”. There, choose, for instance, Xdvi for the viewer in
mode, Skim or Preview for PDF mode.
On Mon, Jan 10, 2011 at 7:35 AM, John Wickerson <jpw48 at cam.ac.uk> wrote:
> So I'm writing some LaTeX in Aquamacs, and I press C-c C-c to compile it,
> and C-c C-c again to preview it. If Skim is already launched, then my pdf is
> opened in Skim. If Skim is not already launched, however, then my pdf is
> opened in Preview -- ugh!
> It used to be the case that Skim would launch automatically in this
> situation -- does anyone know why it isn't anymore? Perhaps I've
> misconfigured something?
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