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Hi Tim and TexStudio users,
Thanks for the link. I tried the method in
http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1716268&page=2, but it doesn't
work for me. Maybe this is because I didn't know how to edit their code.
I tried "texstudio %f -line %l &" and "texstudio %.pdf -line %l &" in
modifying the "evince" code provided through the line above. Did I use a
correct format to call TexStudio?
Hopefully there will be a perfect solution. Thank in advance!
On 08/08/2013 01:27 PM, texstudio-list-request@... wrote:
Date: Mon, 05 Aug 2013 21:47:13 +0200
From: Tim Hoffmann <thoffmann@...>
Subject: Re: [TeXstudio-list] Forward and inverse search in TexStudio
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The default settings are -synctex=1.
I don't think evince has a proper backward search. You basically would
have to tell evince to call "texstudio <file> -line <line>". But I
can't give you support for evince that's the job of the evince guys.
This seems like a hacky way around it:
I didn't look into the details, so I can't tell if it really works.
Am 03.08.2013 06:34, schrieb Xiaodong Qi:
> Dear TexStudio community,
> I tried configuring TexStudio in Ubuntu 12.04 to work for forward and
> inverse search between source code and the pdf file, but I did not
> make it work as expected. I wish you can give me some idea to realize
> it or you can implement it if this hasn't been realized.
> I used the default setting with --Syntex=-1 command for compiling
> pdflatex with evince pdf reader. Forward search (source to pdf) seems
> working immediately after compiling yet not responding for any click
> in the source code. I haven't figured out how to do the inverse search
> after GOOGLING online and many trials.
> Welcomed is any of your voice. Thanks.
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