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accepted portable PS-viewer with forward and inverse-search
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answered open pdf at current page using TeXnicCenter and Adobe Reader, or should I use another setup?
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comment portable PS-viewer with forward and inverse-search
The link is very usefull. After reading I understand that SyncTeX was designed for DVI and then modified to be used for PDF. Nothing to do with PS. But PS is created through command Latex (like DVI output) and DviPs (postprocessing), so eventually its possible to code something with the SyncTeX commandline tool.
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revised portable PS-viewer with forward and inverse-search
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comment portable PS-viewer with forward and inverse-search
@Marco I dont know there are so much definitions of portable. I mean different versions of the same operating system. So I connect my flashdrive on a windows-pc and can execute the programms without installing something (in the best case without left something on the pc).
Sep
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comment portable PS-viewer with forward and inverse-search
@SeanAllred I mean something like SyncTex. If it is PDF-only, is there an other option to do forward and inverse-search? In YAP it is possible to do forward and inverse-search and thats DVI not PDF.
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asked portable PS-viewer with forward and inverse-search
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revised The SumatraPDF Inverse-Search for any arbitrary Editor
corrected spelling (again)
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comment The SumatraPDF Inverse-Search for any arbitrary Editor
@karlkoeller I edited the misspelling of WinEdt. The answer of the question is that you call the pdfviewer with an additional commandlineswitch which includes the path to the caller. In this case the pdfviewer knows who called and is able to call back. On the other hand its not possible that you open the pdfviewer manually with an pdf and then want to invoke a inverse-search. Theoretically the pdfviewer uses the last used (the last calling) application. Additionally its only possible to use inverse-search if you compile the Tex-document for at least one time with the correct parameters.
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revised The SumatraPDF Inverse-Search for any arbitrary Editor
correct spelling for WinEdt (thx@karlkoeller)
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revised The SumatraPDF Inverse-Search for any arbitrary Editor
correct parameters for Texmaker; correct sourcelink Texmaker
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answered The SumatraPDF Inverse-Search for any arbitrary Editor