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ecull had trouble on 16 Jan 2007
I was eagerly waiting for the updated version of pdfview. Unfortunately, the refreshing of the document is still seems to be broken: for me it refreshes the first time the document is modified on the disk, but afterwards it does not refresh (and sometimes even crashes). So, waiting for the next update...
[Version 0.14.2]



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ecull had trouble on 20 Dec 2006
Hi,
I was looking for a long time for a pdf previewer like that for latex. The automatic resize feature is especially nice. Thanks for this new app.

There are some problems, though. In Texniscope, when a document is reloaded, not only the page is preserved but also a position in this page. It is inconvenient that PDFView jumps at the beginning of the page, especially, if you edit something in the bottom of the page and so, you have to scroll down to see the result.

I also was not able to make pdfsync work. Does it work for intel macs? There seems to be a problem with pdfsync in texniscope for intel. In my case, PDFViw does not even complain if the respective *.pdfsync file does not present (and it's presence does not change this behaviour). Texniscope has complained that "the document does not have a sycronization info" in this case.

I am on macbook pro 2GHz intel core duo, Mac Os X 10.4.8
[Version 0.14.1]


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ecull replied on 20 Dec 2006
I have just noticed that in the "full screen" mode, the position remains the same after the document is reloaded.
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