[OS X TeX] Split PDF view
Joseph C. Slater PE, PhD
joseph.slater at wright.edu
Sun Jan 25 19:29:39 EST 2009
On Jan 25, 2009, at 7:00 PM, Peter Dyballa wrote:
> Am 25.01.2009 um 19:04 schrieb Joseph C. Slater PE, PhD:
>> How do you use doc-view? M-x doc-view doesn't do it (on Aquamacs)
> You can either load or visit such a file and type C-c C-c to toggle
> the file's presentation. Or use dired ...
>> Hmm, well I don't know what that mode is, and M-x dired-(mode not
> ... a very basic mode that "just" shows you the contents of a
> directory. You start it with C-x d <some path to a directory> RET.
> Often the mini-buffer will offer you a default, which is $HOME, the
> present working directory in *shell*, *term*, or such, or the
> directory of the file you're just viewing or editing.
> It's worth of reading dired and its extension dired-x. It's also of
> advantage having customised '(dired-dwim-target t) – dwim means: Do
> What I Mean – then dired acts like Norton Commander. Once you know
> dired you'll forget Finder!
OK, I've used it. When you use C-xC-f and don't enter a file name, it
puts you in the same place.
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