[OS X TeX] TeXniscope v0.3.3
macosx-tex at st.estfiles.de
Tue Dec 7 07:30:01 EST 2004
Isn't there a quick hack that you could provide?
Like "go to folder Resources,
go to file foo and change line xxx to yyy"?
Steffen Wolfrum <macosx-tex at st.estfiles.de> wrote:
> The zoom windows tells "x4.0" - four times.
> This is too big for me - as I am working on a quite small PowerBook monitor.
> "x3.0" would fit. Is there a way to change this setting?
> Thanks again,
Massimiliano Gubinelli <mgubi at mac.com> 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.
> It can be found at
> For those of you who are interested in the problems of integrating TeX
> with OSX I packaged a small source code showing that it is possible to
> render TeX fonts (in the OpenType variant) using standard systems calls
> (i.e. without external libraries like FreeType), this example can be
> found at
> Massimiliano Gubinelli
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