If yes, look at what happened to me: I had the same problem of inverse search not working. The answer can’t be simpler. Be sure select Browse. This feature is a huge time-saver, so I decided to make a little howto about it. Basically, click on a spot in the source file or in the DVI output, and Kile will take you. In this post I will discuss configuring kile and okular with synctex. For forward search (kile to okular), put your cursor in any text part of your tex.
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In Kile I have tried the buttons: Latex and then ForwardPDF. The answer can’t be simpler.
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[ubuntu] How can I do an inverse search between okular and kile?
I’m using a System76 Pangolin P8. Thanks for any help. Most of your comment was cut off and not posted. If you found a solution, please post it as an answer. If you did not find a solution and are trying to provide more information, please edit your question.
First of all, check if you configuration is like the following: I had the same problem of inverse search not working. I lost 2 hours trying to find that solution. Abhinav 1 9. This prevented me from wasting a potential two hours trying to find the solution, especially at a time when I am writing something with a deadline in searc Welcome to Ask Ubuntu!
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It seems this may be helpful The best way to do so would be to edit your answer to expand it with the relevant information. I have no idea what it does, but it did solve my problem. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google.
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