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I want to "migrate" my Texniccenter Output Profile (Win7/64) to Texmaker (Mac). I installed TexMaker and the MacTex-2013 Distribution. Now, as there is no related question yet, (a) how do I duplicate the following output parameters in TexMaker?

  • PDFLatex
  • Biber
  • Makeindex: (1.) "%tm.idx" -t "%tm.ilg" -o "%tm.ind" -s personal.ist and (2.) "%tm".nlo -s nomencl.ist -o "%tm".nls

Furthermore, (b) is it possible to connect it to Skim for forward and reverse functionality? (c) The personal.ist I have backed ip, just don't know where to put it yet. (d) Is it possible to program it to make enough runs (3?) for a final output?

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For a possible migration: Configuring Texmaker via Open Texmaker->Options->Configure Texmaker->Commands with same command line arguments as in TeXnicenter would be enough. Texmaker has integrated pdf viewer and even external pdf viewers can also be used by switching built-in viewer to External viewer in Configure Texmaker Commands Window. –  texenthusiast Nov 17 '13 at 21:55
    
This should answer the biber part: tex.stackexchange.com/questions/153359/… –  Jubobs Jan 17 at 11:38

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Texenthusiasts Comment above already answers most of the questions. If you cannot get Biber to work with MacTex and Texmaker try this rm -fr /var/folders/GT/GTSW-4xWG4e7gPwCb+0Sxk+++TI/-Tmp-/par-usr/cache-fe147f467ff57455‌​‌​f519af2e054cbfc46578602e in your terminal and try again.

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That is probably not the same name on all mashines –  daleif Nov 18 '13 at 10:35

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