Re: [TXC-Users] latex to pdf question
- Hi,I had the same problem before. But some gentleman in this email list figured out a way. The way to solve it is by defining an output as DVI=>PDF, then you first use latex=>dvi generate dvi, then you use dvi=>pdf to generate pdf. The detail of this output profile definition can be found at :have a good day.
Juan Antonio Navarro <juannavarroperez@...> wrote:
to complement what Florian has already told you, new versions of TXC
do configure this adobe reader integration properly (with all the
limitations that also Florian has explained).
make sure you have an up to date version of TXC and, if for some
reason the Output Profiles are not set up properly in your computer
(and thus you are having the problems you explain) simply go to
"Define Output Profiles" and then click on the "Wizard" button.. TXC
will configure everything automatically for you.. Isn't it just
PS. Also note that if you have opened the file, and not TXC, then TXC
won't be able to close it. Allways use the view button inside TXC to
view your file in the reader.
On 8/11/05, "Hernán A. Urcola" <urcola@...> wrote:
> I have a problem compiling/seeing the documents in pdf. When I try to
> compile Latex => PDF having my the adobe reader open with the previous
> version of my document I got the error: "I can't write on file XX.pdf.
> Please type another file name for output"
> When I try to compile Latex =>PS => PDF it runs without errors but the
> document does not get updated. This is, I run it once, open it and it is
> fine, but then I do some changes and run it again, but when I watch it
> the changes do not show up..??
> Is there anything wrong in the Define Output Profiles Section?
> Yahoo! Groups Links
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- TeXnicCenter-Users@yahoogroups.com writes:
>The way to solve it is by defining an output as DVI=>PDF, then you firstI think that this will still generate an error unless one uses some DDE
>use latex=>dvi generate dvi, then you use dvi=>pdf to generate pdf.
I used to have the same problem, and it is now cured completely by issuing
a DDE command to acrobat to close the file, and then to re-open it.