[OS X TeX] TeXShop split windows
schremmer.alain at gmail.com
Tue May 15 14:27:52 EDT 2012
On May 15, 2012, at 1:02 PM, Gary L. Gray wrote:
> On May 15, 2012, at 11:09 AM, Alain Schremmer wrote:
>> When I split the source window for the first time, the two panes
>> are the same: where I happen to be in the document,
>> When I split the pdf window for the first time, the top pane is
>> where I happen to be but the bottom pane is the beginning of the
>> Is it me or is it TeXShop?
> It is TeXShop.
I am relieved.
> This may be particular to me, but one other thing I would like to
> see when I split the preview window is for it to inherit the
> magnification of the original window.
> In particular, I have the magnification set to "Fit to Window," but
> there some documents for which the first thing I do is increase the
> magnification. When I split the preview window in those documents,
> the magnification of the new split part of the window is "Fit to
> Window" and I would like it to be the increased magnification.
There is definitely an inconsistency---whether designed in or not:
I set "Fit to Window" in the preferences and restarted.
I split the window and increased the scale at the top of the window to
The magnification in the upper pane increases to 124 and then remains
at 124 no matter how I change the window but the magnification in the
bottom pane keeps "fitting the window".
But things are even stranger than that:
When I un-split the window, the whole window now remains at 124 no
matter how I change the window.
When I re-split the window, the scale in the top pane stays at 124,
while the scale in the bottom pane goes back to fitting the window and
the bottom pane goes back to the beginning of the document.
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