{forward-inverse-search} is a technology for having synchronization between source and preview, e.g., being able to Ctrl-click (or similar) in the source and jump to the corresponding place in the preview of the document, and vice versa.

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How to double-click in PDF document to go to source code? [duplicate]

When creating a document, I usually build a DVI document because the YAP viewer has a nice feature which allows me to double-click on a word in the DVI document which then causes the source-code ...
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SyncTeX points to a wrong location in source or preview document

I have the following pretty simple document: \documentclass[11pt]{article} \usepackage{xltxtra} \usepackage{fontspec} \usepackage{amsmath} \usepackage{polyglossia} \setmainlanguage{russian} ...
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TeXworks: synctex works only partially

I've got a document that compiles without error or warnings (and looks about right) but for some segments of the document synctex doesn't seem to be working. What could be wrong? The document ...
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How to open a LaTeX document where the mouse cursor points in DVI with Kile? (Inverse Search)

I think I have heard about that in somewhere but don't know where. I'm using Kile and Okular on Ubuntu, so I appreciate a solution for it. (But I think it's not depends of Kile.) But other ideas are ...
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SyncTeX wrongly placed when XeTeX called with -aux-directory [closed]

I am using MikTeX 2.9 and compiling "hello.tex" containing: \documentclass{minimal} \begin{document} text \end{document} with: xelatex --synctex=1 --aux-directory=auxdir hello.tex produces a ...
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synctex problem with -output-directory in TeXLive

I am currently using Windows 7, TeXLive2011, and TeXworks 0.4.3. I want to put all temporary files in tmp directory located in the same working directory as the .tex file. But, I want the final .pdf ...
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Setup SyncTeX with Emacs

I want to setup SyncTeX with Emacs, or, more specifically, with AUCTeX, and Evince in Ubuntu. How can I do that? I would like both forward search (from source to output) and inverse search (from ...
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Location inside a LaTeX source code

When viewing a pdf of a long LaTeX document, it can sometimes be difficult to find where a certain equation or a line in the pdf is located in the source code, as there are no page numbers in the ...
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Why is synctex in TL 2011 so fussy about filenames?

The forward search script I had written for vim and mupdf is no longer working since installing TL 2011, and upon investigating why, it seems that synctex is now very fussy about filenames, at least ...
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TeXlive 2011 Pretest - Trouble with Synctex? [closed]

Is anyone else having trouble with synctex in the TeXlive 2011 pretest? My set-up is Emacs+Auctex+Okular (on Linux). I can't get forward-search/sync to work with TeXlive 2011. (I confirmed that my ...
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Tex and pdf synchronization

I'm trying to make backward and forward search work between my pdf output in skim and my tex file in macvim with 'vim latex suite' using PDFSync. I think I did everything well, as when I ...
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Inverse PDF Search in beamer

Can you please help in fixing a problem with inverse PDF search in beamer documents beamer does not work correctly with SyncTeX. Inverse PDF search (in Sumatra, Texworks, etc. I’ve tried all windows ...
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Is it possible to use an external editor with TeXShop, while keeping its sync features?

I'm not completely satisfied with TeXShop's internal editor (especially about line breaking), but I would like to keep using TeXShop for its neat visualization engine and sync features (inverse and ...
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How to set up forward search: from .tex under Emacs to position .pdf under Okular

I edit .tex file under Emacs and view them with Okular. I have already set up the backward search: from .pdf to .tex by pressing Shift+Left click on the .pdf file. The related part of .emacs file is ...
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Synctex inverse search mistaken when using the crop package

When using pdflatex I generate synctex file for inverse search (point and click in SumatraPDF brings me to a correct line in TeXnicCenter). This works perfectly However, if I use the crop package the ...
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Configure kile to enable inverse search function

I'm aware of the existence of another thread with almost the same title "How to set up inverse search with Okular and Kile", but it doesn't solve my problem (at least I think so). I'm using Kile (on ...
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Forward/inverse search for Texmaker on OS X

I have just started to use an Apple computer and want to use Texmaker. But forward/inverse search does not work at all. I am trying to follow the instructions but I'm not successful. What could I be ...
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How to setup synctex with vim, pdflatex and an open-source PDF-viewer under Linux?

Inspired by the comments to this answer I am curious how to actually setup and use forward/reverse (inverse) search with vim, pdflatex and an open-source PDF-viewer under Linux. Btw, to give more ...
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Is there a “ForwardPDF” tool available?

When I am working on a big document, I find the srcltx package to be extremely useful. However, I also really like the hyperref package. Is it possible to use both? In particular, is there a way to ...
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How to set up inverse search with Okular and Kile

The title pretty much sums it up. I use the package srcltx in my documents. I am running Ubuntu with Kile 2.1 and Okular 0.8.2 as a viewer. I am pretty sure that inverse search should work, but I ...