## [Kile-devel] Inserting labels in \ref command

 [Kile-devel] Inserting labels in \ref command From: Hooman Javidnia - 2003-07-31 05:35:03 Attachments: Message as HTML Hi there, Is there any way to insert one of the previously defined labels to a \ref command? I remember in WinEdt when you write a \ref command, a window pops up and shows all the defined labels and you can select from the list. Is there any similar functionality in Kile? Best, Hooman 

 [Kile-devel] Inserting labels in \ref command From: Hooman Javidnia - 2003-07-31 05:35:03 Attachments: Message as HTML Hi there, Is there any way to insert one of the previously defined labels to a \ref command? I remember in WinEdt when you write a \ref command, a window pops up and shows all the defined labels and you can select from the list. Is there any similar functionality in Kile? Best, Hooman 
 Re: [Kile-devel] Inserting labels in \ref command From: Jeroen Wijnhout - 2003-07-31 06:37:44 On Thursday 31 July 2003 07:15, Hooman Javidnia wrote: > Hi there, > Is there any way to insert one of the previously defined labels to a > \ref command? I remember in WinEdt when you write a \ref command, a > window pops up and shows all the defined labels and you can select from > the list. Is there any similar functionality in Kile? > Best, > Hooman Yes, select \ref or \pageref in the toolbar (a drop - down box, the first entry is label) or in the LaTeX menu. best, Jeroen 
 [Kile-devel] other questions! From: Hooman Javidnia - 2003-07-31 07:01:01 Every time I run pdflatex and want to view the PDF output, the setting of the viewer is reset. Isn't there anyway to define a zoom level and stick to it? Another problem is the forward and backward search capability. Every time I run pdflatex, the viewer goes to the beginning of the file. The same holds true with latex, too. Third problem is related to Quick Build. Whenever I try to use it, the first page of the document appears in the viewer and the sand clock works, but I can't navigate to other pages. I don't know if it is bug, or there is something wrong in my settings. Again thanks for the great software! 
 [Kile-devel] Re: other questions! From: Jeroen Wijnhout - 2003-07-31 08:28:43 On Thursday 31 July 2003 09:01, Hooman Javidnia wrote: > Every time I run pdflatex and want to view the PDF output, the setting > of the viewer is reset. Isn't there anyway to define a zoom level and > stick to it? No, not yet. > Another problem is the forward and backward search capability. Every > time I run pdflatex, the viewer goes to the beginning of the file. The > same holds true with latex, too. Forward and inverse search is only supported when you use a DVI viewer. Please use KDVI to view the output if you want to use forward and inverse search. > Third problem is related to Quick Build. Whenever I try to use it, the > first page of the document appears in the viewer and the sand clock > works, but I can't navigate to other pages. I don't know if it is bug, > or there is something wrong in my settings. This appears to be a kghostview bug, since I've encountered it while using kghostview separately many times. I can't reliably reproduce it, can you? best, Jeroen