At the moment I'm using the git integration from overleaf, pull the content and then I edit the content locally with Visual Studio Code and the Latex-Workshop-Extension.
For me, this workflow is quite nice.
First of all: The most important (but unfortunately slightly outdated) reference is the SyncTeX manpage which contains a grammar describing SyncTeX's lines.
Some of the most important concepts will follow. A synctex file consists of a few different parts (each of them is labeled by name: in the synctex file):
preamble: This section describes the synctex ...
I deliberately marked this answer as community wiki because it is not actually a direct answer, but along the lines of an elaborate comment which is too long to be posted as such. I really don't feel like harvesting reputation. :)
For starters, thanks for the log. :)
It is clear, from inspecting the log, that arara successfully goes through all the motions ...
Just the other day I answered another question about how SyncTeX works. That elaborates on the SyncTeX file and what it actually contains. I'm going to assume that you know what the SyncTeX file contains (and obviously that we are talking about hard wraps).
So to answer your question: It may help. That's because the column specification in the SyncTeX file ...
Your profile settings for "(La)TeX" are okay, but there are some missing configuration in the part "Viewer". Please see my configuration:
In the first marked line with two red arrows you should have
C:\Program Files (x86)\SumatraPDF\SumatraPDF.exe -inverse-search "\"C:\Program Files\TeXnicCenter\TeXnicCenter.exe\" /ddecmd \"[goto('%f','%l')]\""
Of course ...
What you are seeing is the new default for TeXShop, the Apple Find Bar. It DOES have the ability to do a Case Sensitive Find by clicking on the Magnifying Glass at the left side. The Apple Find Bar also supports a simplified form of regex which is not supported with the Apple Find Panel.
If you wish to return to the older Apple Find Panel set it in the Find ...
I do not know if there is a solution for Texpad, or a more general solution, but the solution for TeXShop is simple. Add the line
% !TEX useOldSyncParser
to the beginning of the source.tex file. This line tells TeXShop that the source.synctex file produced by ConTeXt uses an older standard for synctex. Since TeXShop reads that line when the file is opened, ...
Zathura+AUCTeX's forward search is almost perfect, but one thing is missing: Zathura's window is not automatically raised. Here's a hacky solution which monitors DBus messages and uses xdotool and wmctrl (yes, both) to raise the window.
dbus-monitor --profile "type='method_call', path='/org/pwmt/zathura',member=...
As of TeXShop 4.24, Prof. Richard Koch has included a preliminar synchronisation from the viewer to the editor. It's currently implemented (as a general solution) by using an external script. From TeXShop, choose the menu Help->Changes to see how it can be made to work with other editors.