[OS X TeX] Undoing linkback

Chris Goedde cgg.lists at gmail.com
Tue Nov 3 15:16:20 EST 2009

On Nov 3, 2009, at 2:04 PM, Herbert Schulz wrote:

> On Nov 3, 2009, at 10:04 AM, Chris Goedde wrote:
>> This was asked by someone on the Omnigraffle forums, with no  
>> answer. I'd like to know the answer too, so I thought I'd ask here.
>> The short question is: How do you break the linkback link between  
>> LaTeXiT and a pdf and reset LaTeXiT so that it creates a new pdf  
>> rather than modifies an existing pdf?
>> Longer: If I drop a pdf made with LaTeXiT onto Omnigraffle, I can  
>> establish a linkback connection by double-clicking the pdf. That's  
>> great if I later want to change the pdf. However, if I accidentally  
>> double-click (for example) the linkback link prevents me from  
>> making new pdfs because any changes I make in LaTeXiT change the  
>> first pdf. How do I break the connection and let LaTeXiT know I  
>> want to create a new pdf rather than modify an existing pdf?
>> Alternatively, how do I disable linkback altogether?
>> Chris
> Howdy,
> Can't you just open LaTeXiT and build a new equation to drag and drop?

Quitting an re-starting LaTeXiT does break the link, yes. I guess my  
question is whether there's something short of quitting and restarting  
LaTeXiT that will break the link. Closing the LaTeXiT window and  
opening a new one also works.


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