#674 Many messages for truncated pdf file

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nobody
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2013-01-10
2013-01-08
baem
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When I have texstudio open with a pdf opened (integrated pdf-viewer) and I am compiling the tex-file externally (I do have a .sh-file for register creation), I get several new window asking me if texstudio should try to reload the pdf or not. As I'm compiling a really big file, I get a lot of those messages and it is somewhat distracting: If you're not really concentrated on it, the messages appear quicker than you can click them away and start to clutter the screen.

Running texstudio 2.5.2 on debian 6 amd64, I can give you more info if required.

Discussion

  • Why not set the sh file as (user) command and call that? Then this message is disables.

     
  • baem
    baem
    2013-01-09

    Ya, just tried it, it works; but generally it's not that easy (I'm working in a team with several people and I'd need to change the texstudio settings for everyone of them). So it would be great if a check could be added so that max. one of those warnings is open at any time (I didn't try in this version but I remember that similar things happened when I svn-updated my tex files when they were opened in texstudio).

     
  • Tim Hoffmann
    Tim Hoffmann
    2013-01-10

    fixed in rev 3682.

    n.b. I could only reproduce this effect on linux (Ubuntu 12.10) not on Win7. Maybe due to different behavior of modal dialogs.

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    Last edit: Tim Hoffmann 2013-01-10