When you compile a document with, say, pdflatex through Texmaker, what happens “internally” is that in ‘s directory, pdflatex. I’ve implemented new compile macros for WinEdt and the features you ask for, both in your question and in the comments, are now available in the default. By default the WinEdt editor is invoked. If you are using the build of SumatraPDF from my website, then you can change this command by.
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There are several PDF viewers in my computer. So a newly generated PDF file is always opened in Foxit. How to change the settings of WinEdt to do it? Not sure whether something has changed since WinEdt 6. I utiliswr think it’s very different in WinEdt 8, so I explain for the latter. There you will be able to choose the main pdf viewer and up to 4 alternative com,ent, and also set the synctex parameter for forward and inverse search.
Maybe you have good reasons to use Adobe Reader, but be aware that it locks. That’s why the recommended viewer is SumatraPDF, that has the advantage of being lightweight and very fast to load.
Change default compiler by drop-down button in WinEdt – TeX – LaTeX Stack Exchange
Thank you for your help. Ma Ming 1, 1 14 Utoliser 1 2 9.
Bernard k 7 69 Thank you for your suggestion about the PDF viewer. I have no idea about SumatraPDF. I shall try with it. I must say I use it as the default viewer for all.
Btw you should upgrade to the latest version WinEdt: Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. Sign up using Facebook.
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