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#11 Re: Reverse search (inverse search command-line).

Posted by: pspad | Date: 2024-05-03 09:23 | IP: IP Logged

Can you please provide me command what is sent to PSPad?
Is there whole file name include path with correct file extension (not PDF)?

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#12 Re: Reverse search (inverse search command-line).

Posted by: jcfaria | Date: 2024-05-11 14:34 | IP: IP Logged

Jan, yes it exists!

Most PDF viewers send complete information (sometimes only approximate) of the location where the user double-clicked.

This allows the reader to locate - immediately - which *.tex file of your sources the user double-clicked on.

When I worked with this (reverse search) coding in Tinn-R - it's been many years, and it still works well today - I noticed that not all viewers have this feature. I suggest Tinn-R users use Sumatra, as it is very accurate in sending information.

You can read about this in the Sumatra documentation:

If you need, tell me and I can send you the part of the Tinn-R source code that does this. And it's good, I believe.

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