I always open about 8 separate .tex files when I'm using texmaker, all from different directories. This is very inefficient so I was wondering is there some command I can use on the terminal to make texmaker automatically open all these files when it starts?
Not tested answer for Ubuntu (or debian based) since I don't have TeXmaker installed.
folder, you possibly have a
If it is not there find it for your system (If you can already use texmaker with open with there is such a file. If not you can add it.)
If you open it with a texteditor like
nano, you will find something like:
[Desktop Entry] Version=0.9.4 Name=Texmaker GenericName=LaTeX Editor GenericName[fr]=Editeur LaTeX Comment=LaTeX Editor Comment[fr]=Editeur LaTeX Exec=texmaker Icon=texmaker MimeType=text/x-tex; Terminal=false Type=Application Categories=Utility;TextEditor;Publishing;
Command for opening:
sudo gedit /usr/share/applications/texmaker.desktop
(Or nano instead of gedit... or whatever)
At the end of the line
Exec=texmaker if you add
%U you will get:
This way texmaker can used with "open with" to open files or folders.
If now you make the line like:
Exec=texmaker /home/Desktop/myFolderWith8Files/ %U
then, whenever you use "open with"... it will open the selected files or folder and the "default"