WinEdt] Beamer Frames in Tree View
Manfred Sielhorst <manfred.sielhorst <at> t-online.de>
2014-03-08 07:20:14 GMT
I "forgot". It works. [Build: 20131031 (v. 8.1) - 64-bit]. Thanks a lot for
If you make it a standard in 8.1, you might want to create a new tab in
Gather to show BEAMER slides separately or add it into Gather TOC as well.
I could not add tiny hints of the frame like adding the [?] into caption by
adding the n-th placeholder as well or to pick both.
Then only the  details show up as the analysis properly stops before next
CAPTION="Frame: [%1] %?"
or more simple to just show FRAME-ICON [t]: Kick-Off Agenda
As I have little time beside preparing a huge set of new slides for next
semester, I'll try to find out later, how I can make a new tree available to
- all used packages (usepackage)
- their source (e.g. to look into it) on 2nd level and
- their related documents in doc on 3rd level.
Actually information is yet somehow available by double click on usepackage
and you not know, if you get the code opened, a pdf in acrobat or some list
At the end this might become a backward tree to show all packages involved
directly or indirectly to produce my documents or slides.
That would help for searching in the whole tree (project and backward) to
analyze issues on how to influence my layout quickly.
I like your hint on reading the manual. What about making your manual fast
readable - not that it is not well written, but if I get a whole "book"
(PDF) and walk through that - there are techniques for fast reading
(http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Querlesen I'm not aware hot to translate it) -
then it would improve my way of checking all important things in one "Scan"
of the manual. I learned that in early 80 - somehow when TeX appeared.
Online reading in help files does not work for such technique - somehow old
fashioned, that's why I did not go into it too much.
Did you ever think of making it available with "LaTeX", e.g. just building
it out of your source code as another "make" process?
If you describe how you generate / create your documentation / help files,
may be you find some support inside your winedt community to make it happen.
best regards / Mit besten Grüßen