1 Dec 17:21 2010

### Not able to view the DVI file

Hi all

I recently installed WinEdt in my new laptop (running Windows 7) and I cannot open DVI files. I get the following message:

"gs: Interpreter revision (900) does not match gs_init.ps revision (860)."

I can covert dvi to ps or to pdf and see it with GSView or Adobe, but I would like to be able to see it as a dvi with Yap so that I can link it directly to my tex-code.

I am not sure what went wrong during the installation process and have tried to fix it by installing it again but with no positive results. I have installed WinEdt several times in the past 10 years and never had an issue, so I'm wondering if someone had a similar issue and how he/she got it solved?

Thanks!!
Magda

1 Dec 17:54 2010

### Adding a template to the Document tab

Hi,

I have WinEdt 6 running on a Vista machine.  I'd like to add a template
to the New Document option of the Document drop-down menu.  I have
templates for memos, proposals, letters etc. for my business and it
would be very convenient if I can ad them for quick access.  How can I
do this?

Thanks,

Walt

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1 Dec 18:05 2010

### Re: Basis information about working with WinEdt

Hello Sotiris,
thanks for the reply - I guess it's natural that the help is a good
place to look - but you know what I mean. And they want to sell the
software, so... :)

Have a nice evening
Manuel

On 30.11.2010 20:14, Sotiris Fragkiskos wrote:
> for your first question: I , too, learned the hard way, and then
> realized there was something there all along.. the HELP file !! it
> provides you with everything you ll need, except for the patience to
>
> 2010/11/30 Manuel Kühner <manuel.kuehner <at> arcor.de
> <mailto:manuel.kuehner <at> arcor.de>>
>
>     Hallo,
>     I am working with WinEdt for about 3 years now, mainly because it is
>     recommended very often. Most of the learning was by trial and error.
>
>     Is there a basic guide for beginners how to use WinEdt in
>     combiantion with LaTeX (exemplary workflows)?
>
>     For example:
>
>     --------------------------
>     - Closing any thing like this \begin{foo} with } leads to
>
>     \begin{foo}
>
>     \end{foo}
>
>     - You need to define the main file by pressing the button with the
>     green plus symbol
>
>     - You need to update/rebuild the tree in order to have it up to
>     date, e. g. if you add new chapters by using \input{} and so on.
>     --------------------------
>
>     Maybe there are tutorials out there and I just didn't find them yet.
>
>     Someting else:
>     I use beamer very often and if I use the \input command inside the
>     \mode command then it's not recogniced by the tree, example:
>
>     \input{myCodeForAComplexFigure.tex}
>     -> works fine
>
>     \mode<article>{\input{myCodeForAComplexFigure_article.tex}}
>     \mode<presentation>{\input{myCodeForAComplexFigure_presentation.tex}}
>       -> does not works
>
>     Any chance to get that feature?
>
>     Best regards
>     Manuel
>
>


1 Dec 23:14 2010

### Re: Not able to view the DVI file

> I recently installed WinEdt in my new laptop (running Windows 7)
> and I cannot open DVI files. I get the following message: "gs:
> Interpreter revision (900) does not match gs_init.ps revision
> (860)." I can covert dvi to ps or to pdf and see it with GSView or
> Adobe, but I would like to be able to see it as a dvi with Yap so
> that I can link it directly to my tex-code. I am not sure what went
> wrong during the installation process and have tried to fix it by
> installing it again but with no positive results. I have installed
> WinEdt several times in the past 10 years and never had an issue,
> so I'm wondering if someone had a similar issue and how he/she got
> it solved?

I did not come upon this issue but I do know that it has nothing to
do with WinEdt and thus reinstalling WinEdt will not help.

Try to start YAP directly from Windows Start Menu and then Open the
same dvi file using YAP's Open Dialog. What happens?

You appear to have more than one version of Ghostscript on that
machine (perhaps one that comes with MiKTeX and another one
installed manually) and that's why yap reports an error when it
tries to do load gs. Installing GS on Win7 without proper
privileges may have to do with the confusion. Removing your custom
version of GS might resolve the problem or else search for
gs_init.ps files and see what is there....

On Win7 I no longer bother installing custom GS and personally I
don't use ps format or GSView -- but if you do make sure that their
installers are Win7 compatible.

I am quite sure that WinEdt has nothing to do with this one...

Best regards,

alex


1 Dec 23:16 2010

### Re: Adding a template to the Document tab

> I have WinEdt 6 running on a Vista machine. I'd like to add a
> template to the New Document option of the Document drop-down menu.
> I have templates for memos, proposals, letters etc. for my business
> and it would be very convenient if I can ad them for quick access.
> How can I do this?

The button New with a drop-down menu is defined in Toolbar (Options
Interface). You will find something like:

BUTTON="New"
TYPE=6
MENU="$New_ASCII_Doc" MENU="$New_ANSI_Doc"
MENU="$New_DATA_Doc" MENU="$New_Macro_Doc"
MENU="$New_HTML_Doc" MENU="$New_TeX_Doc"
MENU="$New_BibTeX_Doc" MENU="-" MENU="New_Document" The Menu items refer to Items defined in the Main Menu. There you will find something like: ITEM="$New_ASCII_Doc"
CAPTION="&ASCII Document"
IMAGE="DocASCII"
MACRO="NewDoc('ASCII');"
etc...

Assuming that you place a template Memo.tex in %b\Templates\Custom

ITEM="$New_Memo" CAPTION="&Memo Document" IMAGE="DocTeX" // or whatever you want to see in the drop-down MACRO="NewDoc('TeX');InsFile("%b\Templates\Custom\Memo.txt);GoToBeginningOfFile;" etc... Reload the Main Menu. In toolbar you can now add in New Button Definition: MENU="$New_Memo"

reload the toolbar. And so on for your custom templates (and you
can remove any that you don't want from the default drop-down
button since it can get too long to be of use).

This part of WinEdt is 100% user-customizable. Comments in ini

Best regards,

alex


2 Dec 09:08 2010

### Re: MUI documentation and examples

Alex, could you  please point me to the WinEdt's Macro Manual. Thanks

WinEdt Team <support <at> winedt.com> writes:

> There is a section on MUI in WinEdt's Macro Manual.
>


2 Dec 09:23 2010

### RE: Re: MUI documentation and examples

Hello Renato,

>> There is a section on MUI in WinEdt's Macro Manual.
>
> Alex, could you  please point me to the WinEdt's Macro Manual. Thanks

I think he refers to
Help > Macro Manual
and then in the index to the point
My User Interface (MUI)
which is about a quarter from the bottom.
Alternatively you could search for "mui" in the index of the Macro Manual.

Best regards,
Stefan


2 Dec 13:39 2010

### Handling many open files

I often have a lot of files opened and I often need to switch
between them. I loose a lot of time screening the tabs to find a
specific file - even if they are sorted alphabetically. What can I
do to speed this up?

--

--
Ulrike Fischer


2 Dec 19:51 2010

### Re: Handling many open files

On 02.12.2010 13:39:27 Ulrike Fischer <list <at> nililand.de> wrote:

> I often have a lot of files opened and I often need to switch
> between them. I loose a lot of time screening the tabs to find a
> specific file - even if they are sorted alphabetically. What can I
> do to speed this up?
>
Doesn't "Windows - MDI-Windows" give you the chance to switch to the
desired file efficiently?

Ralf


3 Dec 10:23 2010

### Re: Handling many open files

Am Thu, 02 Dec 2010 19:51:22 +0100 schrieb Ralf Heckmann:

>> I often have a lot of files opened and I often need to switch
>> between them. I loose a lot of time screening the tabs to find a
>> specific file - even if they are sorted alphabetically. What can I
>> do to speed this up?

> Doesn't "Windows - MDI-Windows" give you the chance to switch to the
> desired file efficiently?

Not really: The list is fixed and contains the complete pathes, you
can't sort it and skimming through the entries is difficult.

What I really would like is something similar to what you can do in
emacs: To be able to type a short cut and then the first chars of
the file name and enter to select it. And to be able to see a list
of all opened files and to scroll through it.

--

--
Ulrike Fischer



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