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OldClaudio reviewed on 19 Mar 2012
I could nt find any reference in the help documentations. Does TeXnicle support direct and inverse search? synctex is specified, but shifting focus to the correspondig point from the tex window to the pdf one works fine; the reverse does not work at all.
[Version 2.0]

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OldClaudio replied on 20 Mar 2012
I am sorry but also in beta 37 cmd+click does not produce any effect when the cursor is in the pdf window.

OldClaudio reviewed on 05 Mar 2012
Nice software with an unusual look; it requires some time to get acquainted with.

an negine set up for running XeLaTeX fails miserably saying that:

sh: xdvipdfmx: command not found

The same engine command from the terminal window works perfectly. Actually xdvipdfmx is invoked directly by xelatex; and the engine scrip does not even mention xdvipdfmx; so how come it complains an=bout not finding it?

My MacTeX is uptdated on a weekly schedule and is "THE" complete installation.
[Version 2.0]

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OldClaudio replied on 05 Mar 2012
I just sent the xelatex.engine as requested
Thanks a lot
OldClaudio replied on 10 Mar 2012
I did not recieve the engine file, but with what you said in your message, I got the right hint and fixed my xetex.engine script. I discovered also that TeXnicle's default PATH includes only the default three system paths, not the real machine wide PATH that already includes /usr/texbin among its components.

It is obvius that if one uses TeXnicle, it uses a Mac where MacTeX has been installed: what else!

May be there are around some "afictionados" to the old times that still use gwTeX (the maintanance of which was discontinued in 2006)? Well, OK; I am not so good with scripting languages, by I am sure that there exists some way to capture the working path variable, where in some rare circumstances it might be necessary to add /usr/texbin but most of the times this is already listed in the actual PATH variable.

Thank you very much for your help and assistance; I really appreciated.
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