[OS X TeX] Split PDF view

Claus Gerhardt gerhardt at me.com
Sun Jan 25 14:32:32 EST 2009

Drawing the pdf file of a typeset tex file  to the TeXShop icon will  
open that pdf file separately in TS such that pdf preview as well as  
the separate pdf file will be opened by TS.

Syncronizing pdf -> source works for both pdf windows, and source ->  
pdf only for the preview window.

Thus three pdf windows of a typeset tex file can be opened - one by  
Preview - and two will be enabled for syncronizing.


On Jan 25, 2009, at 19:47, Claus Gerhardt wrote:

> Alain,
> I think the easiest way to accommodate your needs is an Applescript  
> that creates a given number of copies of the pdf file in question  
> and tells an application, I would suggest Preview because of the  
> automatic content update, to open these copies.
> Of course if one copy is enough, then simply open the pdf file in  
> Preview as well.
> Claus
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