[OS X TeX] Praise for TeXniscope

Bruno Voisin bvoisin at mac.com
Thu Nov 25 05:29:57 EST 2004

Le 25 nov. 04, à 10:53, Joachim Kock a écrit :

> Despite its young age, TeXniscope is already the best previewer on OSX!
> (in the opinion of Yours Sincerely, anyway).

Just installed and tried it (to preview a separate DVI file). That's 
indeed impressive. In particular it includes one feature I have often 
missed in TeXShop: the ability to split the preview window. Very useful 
for writing, revising or proofreading or document, so that you compare 
different parts of the typeset document without having to print them 
first and arrange the corresponding pages on your desktop.

The interface is very clean too. Sheets for what should be sheets 
(printing window, go to page dialog, etc.), and separate windows for 
what should be separate windows (prefs selection, etc.).

One thing which I'm not sure works as it is intended: for a two-page 
document, when selecting Multiple Page Layout, the two pages are 
displayed horizontally side-by-side instead of being scrolled 

Bruno Voisin

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