Michael Gile | 17 Jul 23:08 2014
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test please ignore

please ignore

thanks
-mike

Germano Rossi | 3 Jul 13:26 2014
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The main file remains set when I create a new project.

May be a bug?

I have a project open with a main file set and I want to create a new project.

"New Project" closes all files but the tree remains that of the old
project and the main file is set to the old project.

The same with "Close Project" and with "Quit project".

Windows 7, Build: 20140613  (v. 8.2) - 64-bit

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┼Żarko | 30 Jun 18:24 2014
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WinEdt to often crash

dear all,
recently i was lucky: i "subsistute" my old original IBM ThinkPad laptop for HP ultrabook Envy and in the same time change my OS from XT to W8.1 and WinEdt from 8.1 to 8.2 ...

new machine is realy fast, but i unexpectedly experienced, that WinEd too often freezes (i receive message "program not respond"). Some times this happens at almost every compilation of my LaTeX documents (I use recent MikTeX), after reseting a machine, i'm able normally proceed ten to twenty compilations and then troubles start again. The same happens if i erase content of TaXAuX map. For short while i can work normaly, after then troubles start again.

so, i'm lost in this trouble. i don't have an idea what causes this misbehavior and what to do to eliminate it. i will appreciate any suggestion.

regards,    zarko
Bernard Alfonsi | 25 Jun 20:34 2014
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Problem with latexdoc macro

I recently noticed a problem with the  LaTeX Doc  item in the Help menu: it can't find any documentation for the Heuristica package, albeit this documentation exists. Even the very last version, not updated yet by MiKTeX, that I installed in my LocalTeXMF directory (refreshed the FNDB)  cannot be found.

Launching from the console "mthelp heuristica" does produce links to the documentation.

Does any one know why this happens and if there is a workaround?

Many thanks in advance,

B. Alfonsi
Ralf Heckmann | 25 Jun 20:25 2014
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WinEdt 8.2 and Sumatra with Forward Search

Hi,

I have a problem with the latest version of WinEdt and Sumatra.

After compiling, clicking the Open-PDF-with-Forward-Search icon, or by 
shift + F8  Sumatra opens two instances: an empty one and that one 
showing the actual document at the appropriate place (forward search 
works as expected). Shift + Ctrl + R opens only one instance.

I can not remember that behaviour with 8.1. A quick test with the latest 
version of 7.1 work as expected, too.

I had not changed any settings when I updated to 8.2.

What shall I change?

Thanks in advance,
Ralf

Mau V | 23 Jun 17:29 2014
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INCLUDE_END or INCLUDE_STOP


Winedt 8.2

If I click on the icon "Insert Switch" on switches.ini I get a bunch of lines which at some point include

INCLUDE_START=1
INCLUDE_END=1

but it seems that INCLUDE_END is not recognized and should rather be

INCLUDE_STOP


(as I see in the documentations and other switches in the .ini file)

Is that right?

Cheers
M.
Mau V | 19 Jun 17:22 2014
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%INCLUDE ?

I upgraded to winedt 8.2 and it seems things went OK. 

Anyway, my problem is that I cannot remember how I (yes, I) did a certain customization. More precisely, for example, in templates.ini

I have at some point

%INCLUDE="\ConfigEx\MyTemplates.ini"

If I click on it the .ini file opens with all my added templates and it works. Great. 

Except that I know I did it but I do not remeber how. How do you insert such a command into some .ini file of the option interface? 

Thanks
Maurizio 


Mark Lewis | 17 Jun 18:29 2014
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Font and font size of tabs in Winedt 8.2

I have just upgraded one of my computers to Winedt 8.2 64-bit version. After I updated my personal configuration everything was fine save the font and font size of the tabs. After upgrading it did point to a warning in DocTabs.ini, but I ignored it (maybe a bad idea!). 

Anyway, come someone please point me to how I can change the font and font size of the document tabs? I suspect I am just rusty and forgot what to do.

Thanks!!

Mark Lewis, Cornell University
David Huffer | 17 Jun 17:52 2014

color schemes and background schemes

I'm not understanding the relationship between colors.ini and backgroundSchemes.ini and, especially,
how we "use" a color scheme we define. Where can I find information describing the linkage between color
definitions and schemes?  Or are they linked at all?  

This explanation is a little convoluted...

I'm assuming we can have a set of different schemes defining different values for, say, sclWindowBk, and
then various background schemes that depend on particular color definitions. So, the background
schemes are basically identical in that they essentially say "use whatever the value for background
color that I've defined in a particular color scheme". I'm just unclear how I do that...

In colors.ini I might have COLOR_SCHEME="solorized-dark" that defines all the colors I want to use for
that scheme and then COLOR_SCHEME="solorized-light" that defines all the colors I want to use for that.
For example, for COLOR_SCHEME="solorized-dark" I could define BACKGROUND_COLOR="#002b36" and then
for COLOR_SCHEME="solarized-light" I might define BACKGROUND_COLOR="#fdf6e3".

How do I define two different background schemes that depend on those different color definitions. Do I
make the two color definitions in colors.ini, COLOR_SCHEME="solorized-dark" and
COLOR_SCHEME="solorized-light", then in backgroundSchemes.ini make two different background
schemes like BACKGROUND_SCHEME="TeX-Solorized-Dark" and
BACKGROUND_SCHEME="TeX-Solorized-Light" that are essentially identical except they point to
COLOR_SCHEME="solorized-dark" and COLOR_SCHEME="solorized-light" respectfully? Or, instead, do I
define the colors I want to use in those two schemes directly in backgroundSchemes.ini? Like I might have
BACKGROUND_SCHEME="TeX-Solorized-Dark" and BACKGROUND_SCHEME="TeX-Solorized-Light" and in each
define the particular values I want for various elements, like background color. For instance, in
BACKGROUND_SCHEME="TeX-Solorized-Dark" i would directly define BACKGROUND_COLOR="#002b36" and in
BACKGROUND_SCHEME="TeX-Solorized-Light" i would have BACKGROUND_COLOR="#fdf6e3".

It seems to me that I would have two different background schemes that are basically identical but each one
simply points to different color scheme.

I think most of my confusion is based around colors.ini: how do we "use" the color definitions we define?

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  David

Daniel Royer | 16 Jun 20:39 2014
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Re: problems with 8.2

Thanks Alex I'll try to work through all this, but I can't find What's new in Help !

Daniel


____________________________________________
On 16-Jun-14 19:09, WinEdt Team wrote:

 

What's New in help explains which sections have been changed and
why. It mostly have to do with the new color management and
dpi-awareness. For example, bookmarks no longer use images but are
custom drawn at the appropriate size for your font size/ dpi.
 
Furthermore, Status Line and GUI Page control have been completely
redone (of course for the better but they have to be modified from
scratch for those that modified their old ones). And a few very
minor properties have been added or removed from other sections as
explained in What's New and from then you can consult the manual
for details... There aren't that many changes beyond the above
mentioned ones.
 
Upgrade process will likely fail for users with settings that
differ too much from defaults.
 
Best regards,
 
alex
 
Sent: Monday, June 16, 2014 7:28 AM
Subject: [WinEdt] problems with 8.2
 
Hi, Just upgraded to 8.2. When trying
'Upgrade Personal Configuration'

I get:
_____________________________________________

Initialization Error!
C:\Users\Appdata\...\BackgroundSchemes.ini(52):
Integer Value <=1 Expected

______________________________________________

BACKGROUND_SCHEME="Plain"
  ENABLED=0
  MODE_FILTER=""
  VIEW_FILTER="A;B"
  BACKGROUND_MODE=0
    // BACKGROUND_COLOR=15               // MODE=1
    // BACKGROUND_RGB="$F6E7E7"          // MODE=2
    // BACKGROUND_BITMAP="Dots-Blue.bmp" // MODE=3
  BOOKMARK_MODE=2   
______________________________________________

What can I do?


Daniel
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-- --------------------------- Daniel Royer University of Geneva (emeritus) daniel at royer dot ch
Daniel Royer | 16 Jun 12:28 2014
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problems with 8.2

Hi, Just upgraded to 8.2. When trying
'Upgrade Personal Configuration'

I get:
_____________________________________________

Initialization Error!
C:\Users\Appdata\...\BackgroundSchemes.ini(52):
Integer Value <=1 Expected

______________________________________________

BACKGROUND_SCHEME="Plain"
  ENABLED=0
  MODE_FILTER=""
  VIEW_FILTER="A;B"
  BACKGROUND_MODE=0
    // BACKGROUND_COLOR=15               // MODE=1
    // BACKGROUND_RGB="$F6E7E7"          // MODE=2
    // BACKGROUND_BITMAP="Dots-Blue.bmp" // MODE=3
  BOOKMARK_MODE=2   
______________________________________________

What can I do?


Daniel
-- --------------------------- Daniel Royer University of Geneva (emeritus) daniel at royer dot ch

Gmane