[OS X TeX] pdfSync with Skim and Aquamacs 1.3a

Roussanka Loukanova rloukano at stp.lingfil.uu.se
Sun Mar 16 09:10:47 EDT 2008

On Sun, 16 Mar 2008, Alex Hamann wrote:

> Unless I am mistaken you should hit C-c C-j in order for Aquamacs to take you 
> to the corresponding pdfsync-mark in the pdf.

Sorry, I missed to say that C-c C-c Ret works from Carbon Emacs.

> The reason why you will almost 
> never get exactly the corresponding word is the way pdfsync works. I think it 
> inserts (invisible) mark in the text which are used for the sync-navigation.

Perhaps something like this is the case, by looking at the <file>.pdfsync: 
its content looks to me as a table of corresponding "addresses" of lines 
and points/positions in the tex and pdf files.


> Check out the Emacs on Mac OS X mailing list for more info.
> alex
> Am 16.03.2008 um 11:44 schrieb Roussanka Loukanova:
>> Hi,
>> On Sat, 15 Mar 2008, Johannes Brauer wrote:
>> > Hi!
>> > 
>> > command-shift-click works fine from Skim to Aquamacs. But in the opposite 
>> > direction command-shift.-clicking in a latex buffer yields the message " 
>> > Not on a crossref macro argument" in the mini buffer.
>> > 
>> > What is going wrong?
>> All is perhaps fine (sometime ago I also got the description for 
>> forward/inverse search like you):
>> Ctrl-c Ctrl-c (envokes the View command) -> Ret
>> from the LaTeX source in Emacs pops-up the pdf viewer to the corresponding 
>> line/spot in the odf file.
>> Command-Shift-click (alternatively, Command-click in PdfView) works only in 
>> the direction from the pdf spot to the corresponding location of the tex 
>> file in Emacs
>> Actually, Com-Shift-click from the pdf almost never takes the emacs cursor 
>> over the corresponding location, but about the end of its paragraph or 
>> environment. At least with me.
>> Roussanka
>> > 
>> > Johannes
>> >

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