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Latexing not opening viewer #54

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bartverm opened this Issue Aug 20, 2014 · 12 comments

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bartverm commented Aug 20, 2014

Since the last update, LaTeXing is not opening anymore the viewer after I compile.

I'm using Ubuntu 14.04 and LaTeXing 1.2.3.

Any ideas what happened?

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Thanks. You are not the only person with that problem. Looks like a general problem on Linux.

Will keep you posted

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Since the last update, LaTeXing is not opening anymore the viewer after I compile.

I'm using Ubuntu 14.04 and LaTeXing 1.2.3.

Any ideas what happened?


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Thanks. You are not the only person with that problem. Looks like a general problem on Linux.

Will keep you posted

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Since the last update, LaTeXing is not opening anymore the viewer after I compile.

I'm using Ubuntu 14.04 and LaTeXing 1.2.3.

Any ideas what happened?


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Got the same problem reported by email.. could confirm that you are using evince as pdf viewer. Additional could you try to use Okular?

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csch0 commented Aug 20, 2014

Got the same problem reported by email.. could confirm that you are using evince as pdf viewer. Additional could you try to use Okular?

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I normally use evince which now does not work. Okular seems to work fine. Only I couldn't get the inverse search to work (probably i have to set something in okular for that...)

bartverm commented Aug 21, 2014

I normally use evince which now does not work. Okular seems to work fine. Only I couldn't get the inverse search to work (probably i have to set something in okular for that...)

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Thanks, yes I think I know where to spot the problem. Will keep you posted, shouldn't take long though.

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csch0 commented Aug 21, 2014

Thanks, yes I think I know where to spot the problem. Will keep you posted, shouldn't take long though.

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FilipBrinkmann Sep 1, 2014

I have the same problems, rendering LaTeXing currently quite useless for me.

  1. Okular does not support inverse search anymore
  2. Switching to Evince does not work either.
    I'd be really thankful if you could resolve the issue!

FilipBrinkmann commented Sep 1, 2014

I have the same problems, rendering LaTeXing currently quite useless for me.

  1. Okular does not support inverse search anymore
  2. Switching to Evince does not work either.
    I'd be really thankful if you could resolve the issue!
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Yes will target this issue tonight.

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I have the same problems, rendering LaTeXing currently quite useless for me.

  1. Okular does not support inverse search anymore
  2. Switching to Evince does not work either.
    I'd be really thankful if you could resolve the issue!


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csch0 commented Sep 1, 2014

Yes will target this issue tonight.

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I have the same problems, rendering LaTeXing currently quite useless for me.

  1. Okular does not support inverse search anymore
  2. Switching to Evince does not work either.
    I'd be really thankful if you could resolve the issue!


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Still a problem with 1.2.4?

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csch0 commented Sep 1, 2014

Still a problem with 1.2.4?

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FilipBrinkmann Sep 2, 2014

Good work, thank you for the quick action!
Evince is opening now. Inverse search with Okular, however, does not work. With Evince, it works flawlessly. So at least, I can work now. Thanks again.

FilipBrinkmann commented Sep 2, 2014

Good work, thank you for the quick action!
Evince is opening now. Inverse search with Okular, however, does not work. With Evince, it works flawlessly. So at least, I can work now. Thanks again.

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Ok will check the okular inverse search later. Perhaps there have been some changes with okular itself.

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Good work, thank you for the quick action!
Evince is opening now. Inverse search with Okular, however, does not work. With Evince, it works flawlessly. So at least, I can work now. Thanks again.


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csch0 commented Sep 2, 2014

Ok will check the okular inverse search later. Perhaps there have been some changes with okular itself.

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Good work, thank you for the quick action!
Evince is opening now. Inverse search with Okular, however, does not work. With Evince, it works flawlessly. So at least, I can work now. Thanks again.


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gasagna Sep 2, 2014

I cannot reproduce the bug with okular on a Arch Linux system, while jumping to pdf does not work on an ubuntu system.

On arch linux, I have perfectly working forward and inverse search. Which command are you setting in okular? Mine is

/usr/bin/subl3 %f:%l 

I had to give okular the actual path to sublime, (with which subl3), to make the inverse search work.

gasagna commented Sep 2, 2014

I cannot reproduce the bug with okular on a Arch Linux system, while jumping to pdf does not work on an ubuntu system.

On arch linux, I have perfectly working forward and inverse search. Which command are you setting in okular? Mine is

/usr/bin/subl3 %f:%l 

I had to give okular the actual path to sublime, (with which subl3), to make the inverse search work.

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FilipBrinkmann Sep 2, 2014

Ok, the problem is resolved for me. I had the correct command set in okular. However, it was nevertheless a PEBCAK/Layer 8 error. I did not select the browse tool while shift-clicking in Okular, therefore inverse search wasn't triggered. Sorry. So all problems are resolved. Thanks again!

FilipBrinkmann commented Sep 2, 2014

Ok, the problem is resolved for me. I had the correct command set in okular. However, it was nevertheless a PEBCAK/Layer 8 error. I did not select the browse tool while shift-clicking in Okular, therefore inverse search wasn't triggered. Sorry. So all problems are resolved. Thanks again!

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Thanks for the feedback to you two too. :)

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Ok, the problem is resolved for me. I had the correct command set in okular. However, it was nevertheless a PEBCAK/Layer 8 error. I did not select the browse tool while shift-clicking in Okular, therefore inverse search wasn't triggered. Sorry. So all problems are resolved. Thanks again!


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csch0 commented Sep 2, 2014

Thanks for the feedback to you two too. :)

On 2 Sep 2014, at 12:35, FilipBrinkmann notifications@github.com wrote:

Ok, the problem is resolved for me. I had the correct command set in okular. However, it was nevertheless a PEBCAK/Layer 8 error. I did not select the browse tool while shift-clicking in Okular, therefore inverse search wasn't triggered. Sorry. So all problems are resolved. Thanks again!


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