[OS X TeX] TeXniscope v0.3.3
gerhardt at math.uni-heidelberg.de
Mon Dec 6 16:25:57 EST 2004
you have to change the preferences
> - changed placeholders for backward syncro in the preferences to %line
> and %file (update your custom preferences to this stile).
On Dec 6, 2004, at 22:09, Francesco Costanzo wrote:
> On Dec 6, 2004, at 10:27 AM, Massimiliano Gubinelli wrote:
>> A small revision is out (v0.3.3) for TeXniscope.
>> Just minor changes and bug fixes:
>> - now it is possible to set a default magnification
>> - continuous scrolling while dragging the page with the mouse is
>> - large zoom when double-clicking with the zoom tool.
>> - copy & paste has transparent background and the selection behaves
>> consistenly when changing magnification
>> - changed placeholders for backward syncro in the preferences to
>> %line and %file (update your custom preferences to this stile).
>> - including compressed figures (.eps.gz) should work now.
>> - a bug with PDF syncronization is fixed, now a green dot should be
>> visible when forward-syncronizing.
> I replaced my old TeXniscope with the new one. However, my TeXniscope
> --> BBedit synchronization no longer works. When I Command-click in
> the TeXniscope BBedit simply opens a new blank document. Was there
> something else I was supposed to do in addition to replacing the old
> Francesco Costanzo
> Associate Professor
> Engineering Science and Mechanics Department
> The Pennsylvania State University
> 212 Earth and Engineering Sciences Bldg.
> University Park, PA 16802-1401
> Phone: (814)863-2030
> Fax: (814)863-7967
> mailto:costanzo at engr.psu.edu
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