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I'm using TeXnicCenter. And I'm using the refcheck package to display unreferenced labels. This works just fine. Problem is that the log output (that is actually written to the .log file) from refcheck is not displayed in TeXnicCenter (the regular log info from pdflatex.exe is displayed without problems). Is there a way to display it?

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I do not see a way. I think, it would be much better to install a good separate log viewer, see for instance Log viewer on Windows. I personally know LogExpert (open source) and – not mentioned on Superuser – LogViewer Pro (free only for personal use, starts with a nag screen, if you’re not registered). – Speravir Jan 8 '13 at 17:51
The current version of refcheck (available at CTAN) has another format of messages; likely, it is more suitable for TeXnicCenter. – user26099 Feb 18 '13 at 9:39
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Thanks to user mov for informing! The newest version of refcheck produces messages that are parsed by TeXnicCenter. So it was basically a problem of refcheck, which is solved now.

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