Perhaps try exiting from pdf mode (C-C C-t C-p) and then generating previews ( C-c C-p C-d). I believe that this results in the previews (which are png images. Use M-x latex-mode (normally Option-x latex-mode in Aquamacs) to edit you a refreshed preview of the document after it has been compiled. Previous message (by thread): [OS X TeX] Aquamacs and preview-latex; Next Just to follow up on the problem I reported with preview-latex.
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Finally, Aquamacs makes use of the capabilities of windows on modern graphical user interfaces. That means that you can have customized designs for different types ;review files you’re editing. Also, where is your gs installed? Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. Please see the CVS for the collection previiew patches and additional source-files.
Email Required, but never shown. It still seems to me like the underlying issue with generating previews in pdf-mode is something related to ghostscript.
For example, latexmk -pdf introduction without the extension. Table of Contents General Mac Hints. Just write to the mailing list but check the manuals first!
Features Downloads Support Development. Superscripts and subscripts are also rendered with the proper fonts. Aquamacs has a standard Mac menu with entries where you would expect them, and recently used files are available from the File menu. Then you can install a2ps by typing in the terminal. And the Aquamacs menu icon is of course blessed with a more Mac-like look.
Now inline previewing works! Aquamacs spell-checks your documents with the OS X spell-checker, supporting more than a hundred languages and system-wide user dictionaries. But, as it says, PDF mode is disabled. Perhaps try explicitly requesting that inline math previews are generated, since this is all you have in your sample: Except where otherwise noted, content on this wiki is licensed under the following license: When you double-click a file written in Aquamacs, it’ll open in Aquamacs.
I think I have ghostscript installed.
For quick feedback about any change you made, you can easily toggle between the inline preview and the LaTeX code of an image or formula. Aquamacs can open a normal OS X window for each file that is opened – Emacs experts call such windows frames.
Alternatively, you can also use just the right-hand side Command or Option keys for Meta, or many others. You can continue editing your document as usual. Aquamcs up using Email and Password.
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Note that latexmk will run on all tex-files in the current directory. However, your original zip file did not appear to contain any errors to help track the issue down. Many potential Emacs aquamacd might be qquamacs away by the seemingly complex keyboard shortcuts. If it’s not a part of intentions, compile command should be provided with a filename to process. On-the-fly spell checking is available as you type.
I don’t like this especially not during presentations! For example, you can easily distinguish LaTeX files on the screen by their beige background color, or use variable-width proportional fonts for text modes only, but stick to fixed width, monospaced fonts for editing code.
Finally, I’d suggest that you aquamace another answer, with the solution in your last comment, and I’ll be happy to vote it up. This will put a little padlock in the menu bar.
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No installation, no setup needed. I believe preview-latex uses ghostscript to generate the preview images that are rendered in emacs. It’s a distribution that comes with the aquamxcs goodies pre-installed so you can simply use them and get on with your life. The Aquamacs Emacs distribution however implements the standard OS X keyboard shortcuts and other interface conventions, integrating Emacs into the Aqua environment.
Also, the font size and weight of subsections varies according to their nesting. Assume that you have ghostscript installed and it’s in your emacs exec-path?
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You get a menu with recently edited files without any configuration. For example, latexmk -pdf introduction without the extension compile in other major modes will still be prveiew -k or whatever you’ve assigned to them.
Nevertheless, I sometimes want to lock my computer when I leave it for a short while.