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#10900 From: Erie Morales <erie_3719@...>
Date: Fri Feb 11, 2011 3:16 pm
Subject: Re: projects and "non-projects"
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 Hi Murray, Mmm. I am not sure what exactly your problem is. But, if you have several files opened in WinEdt that belong to different projects then you have to do the Set Main File and Remove Main File icons. Let me give an example. Say you have a Main.tex that includes file1.tex and file2.tex. Then when you open or create the Main.tex this is set to "Set Main File" and I think WinEdt does it automatically because is the only project going on. When you create a file3.tex that it is standalone file while the other files "Main.tex, file1.tex, and file2.tex" are still loaded on the screen, then you must do what I explained to you in my previous email. This is because now you have two projects going on and WinEdt will do what you tell it to do, that is, you have to tell WinEdt which one to compile. When doing the "Set Main File" icon you should also see a change in the project Tree which indicates you that you changed it successfully. Again, all this is necessary because you want to have two or more projects displaying at the same time in WinEdt. Please try what I explained to you. Best Wishes, Dr Erie Morales University of Pennsylvania Material Science and Engineering ----- Original Message ---- > From: Murray Eisenberg > To: winedt+list@... > Sent: Fri, February 11, 2011 8:45:11 AM > Subject: Re: [WinEdt] projects and "non-projects" > > But before I used the project, I _never_ had to use "Set Main File" when > I just wanted to work on a stand-alone file that's not part of any project. > > That's the status I want to restore! > > How? > > On 2/10/2011 4:25 PM, Erie Morales wrote: > > Hi Murray, > > > > I think I can answer your question. > > At the top far left there is an icon "Set Main File" with a green plus sign >on > > it. Next to this one (to the right) there is one called "Remove Main File". > > So, to your old project you click on "Remove Main File". And, to your stand > > alone file you click on "Set Main File". Then compile as you normally do. >This > > should do it. > > > > Best Wishes, > > > > Erie > > > > Dr Erie Morales > > University of Pennsylvania > > Material Science and Engineering > > > > > > > > > > ----- Original Message ---- > >> From: Murray Eisenberg > >> To: WinEdt List > >> Sent: Thu, February 10, 2011 2:28:10 PM > >> Subject: [WinEdt] projects and "non-projects" > >> > >> I still don't understand how projects work in WinEdt -- when I no longer >want a > >> project. > >> > >> 1. I created a project with a bunch of files, designated the main file, >saved > >> the project. All worked fine. > >> > >> 2. I close the project. > >> > >> 3. Now I open a new .tex file but do NOT want it part of that project -- > >> indeed, I don't want it to be part of any project, just to be a single >file > >> that I can process. How? > >> > >> - Must I also Quit the project before I open this new file? Exactly >how > >> does Quit the project differ from Close the project? > >> > >> - What next, that when I TeX the separate file, WinEdt doesn't keep > >> assuming it's the old project? > >> > >> -- Murray Eisenberg murray@... > >> Mathematics& Statistics Dept. > >> Lederle Graduate Research Tower phone 413 549-1020 (H) > >> University of Massachusetts 413 545-2859 (W) > >> 710 North Pleasant Street fax 413 545-1801 > >> Amherst, MA 01003-9305 > >> > > > > > > > > > > -- > Murray Eisenberg murray@... > Mathematics & Statistics Dept. > Lederle Graduate Research Tower phone 413 549-1020 (H) > University of Massachusetts 413 545-2859 (W) > 710 North Pleasant Street fax 413 545-1801 > Amherst, MA 01003-9305 > ________________________________________________________________________________\ ____ Never miss an email again! Yahoo! Toolbar alerts you the instant new Mail arrives. http://tools.search.yahoo.com/toolbar/features/mail/

#10901 From: Antonio Fortin <afortin@...>
Date: Fri Feb 11, 2011 3:22 pm
Subject: Re: projects and "non-projects"
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 I know what you mean. I had the same problem until recently and I have no idea what I did to fix it. Now, unless I set a main file, whichever file is open and focused will compile if I hit F9. Before, the main file of a closed project would compile, and I would have to manually remove it. If I figure out what did it, I'll let you know. Cheers, Antonio Friday, February 11, 2011, 1:45:11 PM, Murray wrote: > But before I used the project, I _never_ had to use "Set Main File" when > I just wanted to work on a stand-alone file that's not part of any project. > That's the status I want to restore! > How? > On 2/10/2011 4:25 PM, Erie Morales wrote: >> Hi Murray, >> >> I think I can answer your question. >> At the top far left there is an icon "Set Main File" with a green plus sign on >> it. Next to this one (to the right) there is one called "Remove Main File". >> So, to your old project you click on "Remove Main File". And, to your stand >> alone file you click on "Set Main File". Then compile as you normally do. This >> should do it. >> >> Best Wishes, >> >> Erie >> >> Dr Erie Morales >> University of Pennsylvania >> Material Science and Engineering >> >> >> >> >> ----- Original Message ---- >>> From: Murray Eisenberg >>> To: WinEdt List >>> Sent: Thu, February 10, 2011 2:28:10 PM >>> Subject: [WinEdt] projects and "non-projects" >>> >>> I still don't understand how projects work in WinEdt -- when I no longer want a >>> project. >>> >>> 1. I created a project with a bunch of files, designated the main file, saved >>> the project. All worked fine. >>> >>> 2. I close the project. >>> >>> 3. Now I open a new .tex file but do NOT want it part of that project -- >>> indeed, I don't want it to be part of any project, just to be a single file >>> that I can process. How? >>> >>> - Must I also Quit the project before I open this new file? Exactly how >>> does Quit the project differ from Close the project? >>> >>> - What next, that when I TeX the separate file, WinEdt doesn't keep >>> assuming it's the old project? >>> >>> -- Murray Eisenberg murray@... >>> Mathematics& Statistics Dept. >>> Lederle Graduate Research Tower phone 413 549-1020 (H) >>> University of Massachusetts 413 545-2859 (W) >>> 710 North Pleasant Street fax 413 545-1801 >>> Amherst, MA 01003-9305 >>> >> >> >> >> -- Antonio Fortin mailto:afortin@...

#10902 From: WinEdt Team <support@...>
Date: Fri Feb 11, 2011 8:00 pm
Subject: Re: projects and "non-projects"
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 > I know what you mean. I had the same problem until recently and I > have no idea what I did to fix it. Now, unless I set a main file, > whichever file is open and focused will compile if I hit F9. > Before, the main file of a closed project would compile, and I > would have to manually remove it. > > If I figure out what did it, I'll let you know. Project Menu -> Project Manger Dialog. Did you perchance enable the option "Persistent Main File"? Press the Help Button in this dialog an you will get explanations... best regards, alex

#10903 From: WinEdt Team <support@...>
Date: Fri Feb 11, 2011 8:02 pm
Subject: Re: Toggle between ON/OFF read-write translation in WinEdt6
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 > s there an easy way to toggle ON-OFF the read/write translation in > WinEdt 6? > > I often exchange .tex files with accented letters with people > working on Linux or Mac systems and activate TeX read and write > translation for that. In some circumstances, for example when I > have accented letters in verbatim environments, I do not want to > translate them at TeXifying time. Hence, I often toggle ON/OFF the > read/write translation. > > I find it quite awkward to have to navigate in the translation.ini > file to find the appropriate ENABLE= line. Does anyone know about a > macro which I could assign to a menu item to do the job? Create two versions of translation.ini and translation-off.ini files and use LoadConfig("ConfigEx\..."); macro in the menu items that turn translations on and off. You could also toggle them with a single item if you use global register to remember the current status of translations... I am surprised that translations are still used. What's wrong with UTF8 format for this purpose... Best regards, alex

#10904 From: Antonio Fortin <afortin@...>
Date: Fri Feb 11, 2011 8:08 pm
Subject: Re: projects and "non-projects"
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 Friday, February 11, 2011, 8:00:45 PM, WinEdt wrote: >> I know what you mean. I had the same problem until recently and I >> have no idea what I did to fix it. Now, unless I set a main file, >> whichever file is open and focused will compile if I hit F9. >> Before, the main file of a closed project would compile, and I >> would have to manually remove it. >> >> If I figure out what did it, I'll let you know. Project Menu ->> Project Manger Dialog. > Did you perchance enable the option "Persistent Main File"? > Press the Help Button in this dialog an you will get > explanations... Yes! Obvious when you think about it, really... Thanks Alex. -- Antonio Fortin mailto:afortin@...

#10905 From: Christian Cenker <christian.cenker@...>
Date: Sun Feb 13, 2011 8:55 am
Subject: Re: Toggle between ON/OFF read-write translation in WinEdt6
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 see below Am 11.02.2011 21:02, schrieb WinEdt Team: >> s there an easy way to toggle ON-OFF the read/write translation in >> WinEdt 6? >> >> I often exchange .tex files with accented letters with people >> working on Linux or Mac systems and activate TeX read and write >> translation for that. In some circumstances, for example when I >> have accented letters in verbatim environments, I do not want to >> translate them at TeXifying time. Hence, I often toggle ON/OFF the >> read/write translation. >> >> I find it quite awkward to have to navigate in the translation.ini >> file to find the appropriate ENABLE= line. Does anyone know about a >> macro which I could assign to a menu item to do the job? > > Create two versions of translation.ini and translation-off.ini > files and use LoadConfig("ConfigEx\..."); macro in the menu items > that turn translations on and off. You could also toggle them with > a single item if you use global register to remember the current > status of translations... > > I am surprised that translations are still used. What's wrong with > UTF8 format for this purpose... > if you write scientific papers which have to be exchanged and coordinated between different authors you have to use translations as not everybody has the newest operating system - and some do not even know that there's something like utf8 > Best regards, > > alex > >

#10906 From: Steve MC Han <hmc0907@...>
Date: Fri Feb 18, 2011 4:57 am
Subject: Re: Winedt 5.5 + Acrobat Reader ->DDEOpen error and firefox asking for acrobatsecuritysettings ..?
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 Hi,   I have had the exact same experience after I downloded acobat 10 x. Since I haven't followed your discussion, could you tell me what was the solution you found?   Thanks, Steve   --- On Sat, 12/11/10, laoniu wrote: From: laoniu Subject: [WinEdt] Winedt 5.5 + Acrobat Reader ->DDEOpen error and firefox asking for acrobatsecuritysettings ..?To: winedt+list@...Date: Saturday, December 11, 2010, 7:19 PM Hello,So I installed Winedt 5.5 on this pc with windows 7 and Acrobat Reader 10.0.When I hit the Acrobat Reader button in winedt,two things happen not right:1)I get the DDEopen error flashing from Acrobat Opendoc.edt.I swept this under the carpet by commenting out aroundthe offending line like so:ProcessMessages;  // DDE: Required for Adobe 8!  //DDEOpen('%$("AcroRead")',"acroview","control",0);// DDEExe('[FileOpen("%P\%N.pdf")]'); //DDEExe('[DocOpen("%P\%N.pdf")]'); //DDEExe('[DocOpen("%P\%N.pdf")]'); //DDEExe('[FileOpen("%P\%N.pdf")]'); //DDEExe('[AppShow()]'); //DDEClose; ProcessMessages;I have no idea if this is a meaningful or good thing to do,so please enlightenme; but it stopped the DDEOpen warning alright.2) When firefox is open, it will open a system window asking mefor the locationof a .acrobatsecuritysettings file,and only when I answer "Cancel" does theAcrobat window then come up.I have the Acrobat plugin installed in firefox, buteven when I disable it, this still happens.Again, I am puzzled..Btw I have experience from another pc with windows 7 and Acrobat 9.0, whereneither of these things happened.. #10907 From: Nicolae Garleanu <garleanu@...> Date: Fri Feb 18, 2011 11:10 pm Subject: comments and highlighting garleanu@... Send Email  Hello. I have what ought to be a simple question: How do I maintain the coloring of the commented text in my .tex files without applying it to the remainder of a line in which I have a \%’’ pair (to get percent in tex)? I am using Winedt 5.5. Thank you. Nicolae #10908 From: ln <laoniuli@...> Date: Sat Feb 19, 2011 4:08 am Subject: Re: Winedt 5.5 + Acrobat Reader ->DDEOpen error and firefox asking for acrobatsecuritysettings ..? laoniuli@... Send Email  Hi, I found no solution with Acrobat Reader 10, and switched back to 9.4. Since then, I have gone on and switched to SumatraPDF. It allows to do nice backward and forward search between latex-in-winedt and pdf-in-sumatra, see eg: http://william.famille-blum.org/blog/static.php?page=static081010-000413 and http://robjhyndman.com/researchtips/synchronizing-winedt-and-pdf-files/ . Good luck. #10909 From: "Maheswaran, M" <m.maheswaran@...> Date: Sat Feb 19, 2011 5:49 pm Subject: RE: Re: Winedt 5.5 + Acrobat Reader ->DDEOpen error and firefox asking for acrobatsecuritysettings ..? m.maheswaran@... Send Email  Hi! I am using Winedt 5.5. When I upgraded to Acrobat 10, I had the same DDE problem. After scouring the web I found the following solution: I went to the file .....\Winedt Team\Winedt\exe\Acrobat OpenDoc.edt .... Line 106 and I changed DDEOpen('%$("AcroRead")',"acroview","control",0); to DDEOpen('%$("AcroRead")',"acroviewR10","control",0); Now, I don't have the DDE problem. I hope it works for you. Mahes ________________________________________ From: ln [laoniuli@...] Sent: Friday, February 18, 2011 10:08 PM To: winedt+list@... Subject: [WinEdt] Re: Winedt 5.5 + Acrobat Reader ->DDEOpen error and firefox asking for acrobatsecuritysettings ..? Hi, I found no solution with Acrobat Reader 10, and switched back to 9.4. Since then, I have gone on and switched to SumatraPDF. It allows to do nice backward and forward search between latex-in-winedt and pdf-in-sumatra, see eg: http://william.famille-blum.org/blog/static.php?page=static081010-000413 and http://robjhyndman.com/researchtips/synchronizing-winedt-and-pdf-files/ . Good luck. #10910 From: "Maheswaran, M" <m.maheswaran@...> Date: Sat Feb 19, 2011 5:52 pm Subject: RE: Re: Winedt 5.5 + Acrobat Reader ->DDEOpen error and firefox asking for acrobatsecuritysettings ..? m.maheswaran@... Send Email  Hi! Further to my previous message, the change to acroviewR10 is for those using the Reader. If someone uses the full Acrobat I believe that the change should be tp acroviewA10. Mahes ________________________________________ From: Maheswaran, M [m.maheswaran@...] Sent: Saturday, February 19, 2011 11:49 AM To: winedt+list@... Subject: RE: [WinEdt] Re: Winedt 5.5 + Acrobat Reader ->DDEOpen error and firefox asking for acrobatsecuritysettings ..? Hi! I am using Winedt 5.5. When I upgraded to Acrobat 10, I had the same DDE problem. After scouring the web I found the following solution: I went to the file .....\Winedt Team\Winedt\exe\Acrobat OpenDoc.edt .... Line 106 and I changed DDEOpen('%$("AcroRead")',"acroview","control",0); to DDEOpen('%$("AcroRead")',"acroviewR10","control",0); Now, I don't have the DDE problem. I hope it works for you. Mahes ________________________________________ From: ln [laoniuli@...] Sent: Friday, February 18, 2011 10:08 PM To: winedt+list@... Subject: [WinEdt] Re: Winedt 5.5 + Acrobat Reader ->DDEOpen error and firefox asking for acrobatsecuritysettings ..? Hi, I found no solution with Acrobat Reader 10, and switched back to 9.4. Since then, I have gone on and switched to SumatraPDF. It allows to do nice backward and forward search between latex-in-winedt and pdf-in-sumatra, see eg: http://william.famille-blum.org/blog/static.php?page=static081010-000413 and http://robjhyndman.com/researchtips/synchronizing-winedt-and-pdf-files/ . Good luck. #10911 From: Steve MC Han <hmc0907@...> Date: Sat Feb 19, 2011 10:18 pm Subject: RE: Re: Winedt 5.5 + Acrobat Reader ->DDEOpen error and firefox asking for acrobatsecuritysettings ..? hmc0907@... Send Email  Thanks Mahes, I changed as you suggested, and it worked. Steve--- On Sat, 2/19/11, Maheswaran, M wrote: From: Maheswaran, M Subject: RE: [WinEdt] Re: Winedt 5.5 + Acrobat Reader ->DDEOpen error and firefox asking for acrobatsecuritysettings ..?To: "winedt+list@..." Date: Saturday, February 19, 2011, 9:52 AM Hi!Further to my previous message, the change to acroviewR10 is for those using the Reader.If someone uses the full Acrobat I believe that the change should be tp acroviewA10.Mahes________________________________________From: Maheswaran, M [m.maheswaran@...]Sent: Saturday, February 19, 2011 11:49 AMTo: winedt+list@...Subject: RE: [WinEdt] Re: Winedt 5.5 + Acrobat Reader ->DDEOpen error and firefox asking for acrobatsecuritysettings ..?Hi!I am using Winedt 5.5.When I upgraded to Acrobat 10, I had the same DDE problem.After scouring the web I found the following solution:I went to the file .....\Winedt Team\Winedt\exe\Acrobat OpenDoc.edt .... Line 106and I changed DDEOpen('%$("AcroRead")',"acroview","control",0);     to       DDEOpen('%$("AcroRead")',"acroviewR10","control",0);Now, I don't have the DDE problem. I hope it works for you.Mahes________________________________________From: ln [laoniuli@...]Sent: Friday, February 18, 2011 10:08 PMTo: winedt+list@...Subject: [WinEdt] Re: Winedt 5.5 + Acrobat Reader ->DDEOpen error and firefox asking for acrobatsecuritysettings ..?Hi,I found no solution with Acrobat Reader 10, and switched back to 9.4.Since then, I have gone on and switched to SumatraPDF. It allows to do nicebackward and forward search between latex-in-winedt and pdf-in-sumatra, see eg:http://william.famille-blum.org/blog/static.php?page=static081010-000413andhttp://robjhyndman.com/researchtips/synchronizing-winedt-and-pdf-files/.Good luck. #10912 From: Steve MC Han <hmc0907@...> Date: Sat Feb 19, 2011 10:20 pm Subject: Re: Re: Winedt 5.5 + Acrobat Reader ->DDEOpen error and firefox asking for acrobatsecuritys hmc0907@... Send Email  Thank you for your reply, I might have to switchd to Sumatra also. Steve--- On Fri, 2/18/11, laoniuli@... wrote: From: laoniuli@... Subject: Re: Re: [WinEdt] Winedt 5.5 + Acrobat Reader ->DDEOpen error and firefox asking for acrobatsecuritysTo: "Steve MC Han" Cc: winedt+list@...Date: Friday, February 18, 2011, 6:03 PM Hi, I could not get it working well with Acrobat 10, so I switched back to 9.4.And since then, I have switched to SumatraPDF, which allows to do both backward and forward search between latex-in-winedt and pdf-in-sumatra.In fact, I quite like it, and there's plenty of info on how to switch.Good luck.Le , Steve MC Han a écrit :> Hi,> > > > I have had the exact same experience after I downloded acobat 10 x. Since I haven't followed your discussion, could you tell me what was the solution you found?> > > > Thanks,> > Steve> > > > > > --- On Sat, 12/11/10, laoniu laoniuli@...> wrote:> > > > From: laoniu laoniuli@...>> Subject: [WinEdt] Winedt 5.5 + Acrobat Reader ->DDEOpen error and firefox asking for acrobatsecuritysettings ..?> To: winedt+list@...> Date: Saturday, December 11, 2010, 7:19 PM> > > Hello,> So I installed Winedt 5.5 on this pc with windows 7 > and Acrobat Reader 10.0.> When I hit the Acrobat Reader button in winedt,> two things happen not right:> 1)I get the DDEopen error flashing from Acrobat Opendoc.edt.> I swept this under the carpet by commenting out around> the offending line like so:> > ProcessMessages;> // DDE: Required for Adobe 8!> //DDEOpen('%$("AcroRead")',"acroview","control",0);> // DDEExe('[FileOpen("%P\%N.pdf")]');>   //DDEExe('[DocOpen("%P\%N.pdf")]');>   //DDEExe('[DocOpen("%P\%N.pdf")]');>   //DDEExe('[FileOpen("%P\%N.pdf")]');>   //DDEExe('[AppShow()]');>   //DDEClose;>   ProcessMessages;> > I have no idea if this is a meaningful or good thing to do,> so please enlighten> me; but it stopped the DDEOpen warning alright.> 2) When firefox is open, it will open a system window asking me> for the> location> of a .acrobatsecuritysettings file,> and only when I answer "Cancel" does the> Acrobat window then come up.> I have the Acrobat plugin installed in firefox, but> even when I disable it, this still happens.> Again, I am puzzled..> > > Btw I have experience from another pc > with windows 7 and Acrobat 9.0, where> neither of these things happened..> > > > > > >

#10913 From: Steve MC Han <hmc0907@...>
Date: Sun Feb 20, 2011 6:09 am
Subject: RE: Re: Winedt 5.5 + Acrobat Reader ->DDEOpen error and firefox asking for acrobatsecuritysettings ..?
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 Hi,   I changed as you suggested to acroviewR10 (or acroviewA10), but now it opens up another window "Select Security Settings for Import" and if I click cancel then pdf shows up.   What's going on, I wonder?   Thanks in advance, Steve   --- On Sat, 2/19/11, Maheswaran, M wrote: From: Maheswaran, M Subject: RE: [WinEdt] Re: Winedt 5.5 + Acrobat Reader ->DDEOpen error and firefox asking for acrobatsecuritysettings ..?To: "winedt+list@..." Date: Saturday, February 19, 2011, 9:52 AM Hi!Further to my previous message, the change to     acroviewR10    is for those using the Reader.If someone uses the full Acrobat I believe that the change should be tp     acroviewA10.Mahes________________________________________From: Maheswaran, M [m.maheswaran@...]Sent: Saturday, February 19, 2011 11:49 AMTo: winedt+list@...Subject: RE: [WinEdt] Re: Winedt 5.5 + Acrobat Reader ->DDEOpen error and firefox asking for acrobatsecuritysettings ..?Hi!I am using Winedt 5.5.When I upgraded to Acrobat 10, I had the same DDE problem.After scouring the web I found the following solution:I went to the file      .....\Winedt Team\Winedt\exe\Acrobat OpenDoc.edt   .... Line 106and I changed      DDEOpen('%$("AcroRead")',"acroview","control",0); to DDEOpen('%$("AcroRead")',"acroviewR10","control",0);Now, I don't have the DDE problem.  I hope it works for you.Mahes________________________________________From: ln [laoniuli@...]Sent: Friday, February 18, 2011 10:08 PMTo: winedt+list@...Subject: [WinEdt] Re: Winedt 5.5 + Acrobat Reader ->DDEOpen error and firefox asking for acrobatsecuritysettings ..?Hi,I found no solution with Acrobat Reader 10, and switched back to 9.4.Since then, I have gone on and switched to SumatraPDF. It allows to do nicebackward and forward search between latex-in-winedt and pdf-in-sumatra, see eg:http://william.famille-blum.org/blog/static.php?page=static081010-000413andhttp://robjhyndman.com/researchtips/synchronizing-winedt-and-pdf-files/.Good luck.

#10914 From: "Maheswaran, M" <m.maheswaran@...>
Date: Sun Feb 20, 2011 5:32 pm
Subject: RE: Re: Winedt 5.5 + Acrobat Reader ->DDEOpen error and firefox asking for acrobatsecuritysettings ..?
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 Hi Steve! There are two lines with "acroview" -- lines 97 and 106. I made the change only on line 106. I did not make any changes on line 97. It is working fine for me. I am not sure what may be wrong in your case. Mahes ________________________________________ From: Steve MC Han [hmc0907@...] Sent: Sunday, February 20, 2011 12:09 AM To: winedt+list@... Cc: Maheswaran, M Subject: RE: [WinEdt] Re: Winedt 5.5 + Acrobat Reader ->DDEOpen error and firefox asking for acrobatsecuritysettings ..? Hi, I changed as you suggested to acroviewR10 (or acroviewA10), but now it opens up another window "Select Security Settings for Import" and if I click cancel then pdf shows up. What's going on, I wonder? Thanks in advance, Steve --- On Sat, 2/19/11, Maheswaran, M wrote: From: Maheswaran, M Subject: RE: [WinEdt] Re: Winedt 5.5 + Acrobat Reader ->DDEOpen error and firefox asking for acrobatsecuritysettings ..? To: "winedt+list@..." Date: Saturday, February 19, 2011, 9:52 AM Hi! Further to my previous message, the change to acroviewR10 is for those using the Reader. If someone uses the full Acrobat I believe that the change should be tp acroviewA10. Mahes ________________________________________ From: Maheswaran, M [m.maheswaran@...] Sent: Saturday, February 19, 2011 11:49 AM To: winedt+list@... Subject: RE: [WinEdt] Re: Winedt 5.5 + Acrobat Reader ->DDEOpen error and firefox asking for acrobatsecuritysettings ..? Hi! I am using Winedt 5.5. When I upgraded to Acrobat 10, I had the same DDE problem. After scouring the web I found the following solution: I went to the file .....\Winedt Team\Winedt\exe\Acrobat OpenDoc.edt .... Line 106 and I changed DDEOpen('%$("AcroRead")',"acroview","control",0); to DDEOpen('%$("AcroRead")',"acroviewR10","control",0); Now, I don't have the DDE problem. I hope it works for you. Mahes ________________________________________ From: ln [laoniuli@...] Sent: Friday, February 18, 2011 10:08 PM To: winedt+list@... Subject: [WinEdt] Re: Winedt 5.5 + Acrobat Reader ->DDEOpen error and firefox asking for acrobatsecuritysettings ..? Hi, I found no solution with Acrobat Reader 10, and switched back to 9.4. Since then, I have gone on and switched to SumatraPDF. It allows to do nice backward and forward search between latex-in-winedt and pdf-in-sumatra, see eg: http://william.famille-blum.org/blog/static.php?page=static081010-000413 and http://robjhyndman.com/researchtips/synchronizing-winedt-and-pdf-files/ . Good luck.

#10915 From: Mikhail Tal <mikhailtal@...>
Date: Mon Feb 21, 2011 7:53 am
Subject: Re: Winedt 5.5 + Acrobat Reader ->DDEOpen error and firefox asking for acrobatsecuritysettings ..?
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#10918 From: "Maheswaran, M" <m.maheswaran@...>
Date: Wed Feb 23, 2011 6:12 pm
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 Hi! We discussed this on the list last weekend. I wrote the following on Feb 19th I am using Winedt 5.5. When I upgraded to Acrobat 10, I had the same DDE problem. After scouring the web I found the following solution: I went to the file .....\Winedt Team\Winedt\exe\Acrobat OpenDoc.edt .... Line 106 and I changed DDEOpen('%$("AcroRead")',"acroview","control",0); to DDEOpen('%$("AcroRead")',"acroviewR10","control",0); Now, I don't have the DDE problem. I hope it works for you. If you are using the regular Acrobat you must change to ,"acroviewA10" instead of ,"acroviewR10". Mahes -----Original Message----- From: Matt Cole [mailto:matthew.cole@...] Sent: Wednesday, February 23, 2011 12:05 PM To: winedt+list@... Subject: [WinEdt] Adobe Reader update problem Hi, Adobe reader recently updated to Adobe X (if I recall the name correctly). Ever since this update, I've had issues converting dvi->pdf or compiling to pdf. The pdf actually appears but a warning pops up "Cannot Open DDE Link to: C:\Program Files....\AcroRd32.exe Service:acroview Topic: control DDEOpen('%$("AcroRead")',"acroview","control",0);" Has anyone else had this issue? I have WinEdt 5.5 Thanks for any help, -Matt #10919 From: Thijs Muizelaar <thijs.muizelaar@...> Date: Thu Feb 24, 2011 9:01 pm Subject: Tables in tree thijs.muizelaar@... Send Email  Hi everyone, I'm trying to add the tables in the tree TOC, next to the graphics that are included. It would save me a lot of trouble finding the right table. I managed to add the item for the tables in Tree.ini with: ITEM="\begin{table}[?]" However, this displays just the position parameters of the tables, and I'd like to display either the caption or the label here. I know I need to do that with either changing CAPTION or using SUBSTITUTION, but in both cases I can't seem to make it happen. Does anyone have an idea how I can put the label or caption in the tree? I'm using Build: 20101215 (v. 6.0) on Windows 7 AMD64. Kinds regards, Thijs #10920 From: Andrej Blejec <Andrej.Blejec@...> Date: Thu Feb 24, 2011 10:23 pm Subject: RE: Tables in tree Andrej.Blejec@... Send Email  Have a look to the files in http://www.winedt.org/temp/FiguresTree.zip It works fine for me: includes figures and tables with captions into the tree. The original solution was prepared for version 5.5 but works fine in version 6. The content of *.ini file goes to the TREE.INI for version 6. Hope this helps Andrej -- Andrej Blejec National Institute of Biology Vecna pot 111 POB 141, SI-1000 Ljubljana, SLOVENIA e-mail: andrej.blejec@... URL: http://ablejec.nib.si tel: + 386 (0)59 232 789 fax: + 386 1 241 29 80 -------------------------- Organizer: Applied Statistics 2011 conference http://conferences.nib.si/AS2011 > -----Original Message----- > From: Thijs Muizelaar [mailto:thijs.muizelaar@...] > Sent: Thursday, February 24, 2011 10:04 PM > To: winedt+list@... > Subject: [WinEdt] Tables in tree > > Hi everyone, > > I'm trying to add the tables in the tree TOC, next to the graphics that > are included. It would save me a lot of trouble finding the right table. > > I managed to add the item for the tables in Tree.ini with: > ITEM="\begin{table}[?]" > > However, this displays just the position parameters of the tables, and > I'd like to display either the caption or the label here. I know I need > to do that with either changing CAPTION or using SUBSTITUTION, but in > both cases I can't seem to make it happen. Does anyone have an idea how > I can put the label or caption in the tree? > > I'm using Build: 20101215 (v. 6.0) on Windows 7 AMD64. > > Kinds regards, > > Thijs #10921 From: Helmut Haberzettl <hh@...> Date: Fri Feb 25, 2011 6:47 pm Subject: Error message: Yap not default DVI viewer hh@... Send Email  Dear all, Every time I call yap.exe from within WinEdt I get an error message that yap.exe is not the default DVI viewer and I'm being asked whether I want to make it the default viewer. This happens at every call, even within the same WinEdt session, even if I have previously answered the question in the affirmative. However, Yap is set as the default viewer and the file association works fine outside of WinEdt. This behavior of WinEdt is indepedent of whether I let WinEdt autodetect Yap or set the path explicitly. My setup: WinEdt Build: 20100317 (v. 6.0) MiKTeX 2.9 OS: Win7 Pro, The error looks to me like there is a miscommunication between Win7 and WinEdt, but I have no idea how to fix it. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks, --Helmut #10922 From: "Jeff E. Lewis" <jlewis@...> Date: Fri Feb 25, 2011 11:13 pm Subject: Re: Error message: Yap not default DVI viewer jlewis@... Send Email  Off the cuff suggestion: Are there previous versions of YaP from MiKTeX 2.8. etc.? If WinEdt calls YaP from a batch file, it may be finding a previous version - different from that associated with .dvi through file associations. Best regards, Jeff E. Lewis At 12:47 PM 2/25/2011, you wrote: >Dear all, > >Every time I call yap.exe from within WinEdt I get an error message that >yap.exe is not the default DVI viewer and I'm being asked whether I want >to make it the default viewer. This happens at every call, even within the >same WinEdt session, even if I have previously answered the question in >the affirmative. However, Yap is set as the default viewer and the file >association works fine outside of WinEdt. This behavior of WinEdt is >indepedent of whether I let WinEdt autodetect Yap or set the path explicitly. > >My setup: >WinEdt Build: 20100317 (v. 6.0) >MiKTeX 2.9 >OS: Win7 Pro, > >The error looks to me like there is a miscommunication between Win7 and >WinEdt, but I have no idea how to fix it. Any help would be appreciated. > >Thanks, >--Helmut Prof. Jeff E. Lewis Professor of Mathematics, Emeritus Honors College Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, Emeritus Tel: Office: +1-312-413-9586, Home (preferred): +1-312-421-4394, TrustFax: +1-866-571-9921 e-mail: jlewis@... http://www.math.uic.edu/~lewis/ #10923 From: Helmut Haberzettl <hh@...> Date: Fri Feb 25, 2011 11:56 pm Subject: Re: Error message: Yap not default DVI viewer hh@... Send Email  Thanks, Jeff, Your suggestion pointed me to the solution. Yes, I still do have the previous installation (2.8) of MiKTeX on my drive, but I had explicitly associated dvi with the new location of yap.exe (which was the one used by WinEdt). Going through the registry, however, I've now found that this association for some inexplicable reason does not seem to take on my setup. It always points to the 2.8 installation even after repeatedly changing the association to the new 2.9 installation. No idea why this would happen. Anyway, I've now manually changed the registry entry and now everything works fine. Thanks again, Jeff. Much appreciated. I don't use Yap all that much (since I go through a postscript viewer most of the time), but this behavior had been a bit annoying when I did need Yap. --Helmut . Moreover, in WinEdt, I've explicitly set the path to the new location of yap.exe. Also, if I rename the old 2.8 installation root and the old yap.exe, I still get the same error. On 2/25/2011 6:13 PM, Jeff E. Lewis wrote: > Off the cuff suggestion: > > Are there previous versions of YaP from MiKTeX 2.8. etc.? > > If WinEdt calls YaP from a batch file, it may be finding a previous > version - different from that associated with .dvi through file > associations. > > Best regards, > Jeff E. Lewis > At 12:47 PM 2/25/2011, you wrote: >> Dear all, >> >> Every time I call yap.exe from within WinEdt I get an error message >> that yap.exe is not the default DVI viewer and I'm being asked >> whether I want to make it the default viewer. This happens at every >> call, even within the same WinEdt session, even if I have previously >> answered the question in the affirmative. However, Yap is set as the >> default viewer and the file association works fine outside of WinEdt. >> This behavior of WinEdt is indepedent of whether I let WinEdt >> autodetect Yap or set the path explicitly. >> >> My setup: >> WinEdt Build: 20100317 (v. 6.0) >> MiKTeX 2.9 >> OS: Win7 Pro, >> >> The error looks to me like there is a miscommunication between Win7 >> and WinEdt, but I have no idea how to fix it. Any help would be >> appreciated. >> >> Thanks, >> --Helmut > > Prof. Jeff E. Lewis > Professor of Mathematics, Emeritus > Honors College Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, Emeritus > Tel: Office: +1-312-413-9586, Home (preferred): +1-312-421-4394, > TrustFax: +1-866-571-9921 > e-mail: jlewis@... > http://www.math.uic.edu/~lewis/ > > > #10924 From: Doug Faires <jfaires@...> Date: Sun Feb 27, 2011 8:14 pm Subject: Windows 7 does not recognize WinEdt jfaires@... Send Email  I realize that the following is not likely to be a problem with WinEdt, but hope someone has encountered it and has a solution. WinEdt 6 works fine on my Windows XP systems but on a new machine with Windows 7 installed I cannot get Windows 7 to recognize WinEdt as an option to open files like .tex and .sty, even if I Browse to the directory and try to open a .tex file with the WinEdt application file. If I open WinEdt first and then open a .tex file everything works fine, but even with WinEdt open, clicking on .tex file gets no response. My WinEdt application file lives in C:\Program Files (x86)/WinEdt Team/Winedt 6 Best, Doug -- ********************************************************************************\ ********* J. Douglas Faires, PhD Professor Emeritus of Mathematics Youngstown State University Youngstown OH 44555 Web Address: http://www.math.ysu.edu/~faires Phones: Office 330 941 1805 Home 724 964 8497 Cell 724 944 4472 Chair of the Board of YSU CURMath, the Center for Undergraduate Mathematics Research ********************************************************************************\ ********* #10925 From: Helmut Haberzettl <hh@...> Date: Sun Feb 27, 2011 8:26 pm Subject: Re: Windows 7 does not recognize WinEdt hh@... Send Email  Doug, It seems the filetype associations are not set. Within WinEdt, choose Options > Configuration Wizard > Filetype Associations and set the filetypes you want to be associated with WinEdt. Good luck, --Helmut On 2/27/2011 3:14 PM, Doug Faires wrote: > I realize that the following is not likely to be a problem with > WinEdt, but hope someone has encountered it and has > a solution. > > WinEdt 6 works fine on my Windows XP systems but on a new machine with > Windows 7 installed I cannot > get Windows 7 to recognize WinEdt as an option to open files like .tex > and .sty, even if I Browse to the directory > and try to open a .tex file with the WinEdt application file. If I > open WinEdt first and then open a .tex file everything > works fine, but even with WinEdt open, clicking on .tex file gets no > response. My WinEdt application file lives > in > > C:\Program Files (x86)/WinEdt Team/Winedt 6 > > Best, > Doug > #10926 From: Larry <how890@...> Date: Sun Feb 27, 2011 10:06 pm Subject: Problem with DDEOpen and Adobe X and WinEdt 6.0 how890@... Send Email  Hi, I am using WinEdt 6 [Build: 20110119 (v. 6.0)] and Adobe Acrobat X Pro, and I get the following error message if I run PDFTexify with the previously created document still open: Cannot Open DDE Link to: "C:\Program Files\Adobe\Acrobat 10.0\Acrobat\Acrobat.exe Service: Acroview Topic: Control DDEOpen("%$('PDF-View')","%$('Acro-DDE_Service');","%$('Acro-DDE_Topic');"); None of the fixes posted earlier provide any help for the newest build. If I replace 'Acro-DDE_Service' with 'acroviewR10' I don't get the error message, but it says "I can't write on file name.pdf'. Please type another file name for output: " Has anyone figured out a fix for this problem? Thanks, Larry

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Date: Mon Feb 28, 2011 3:14 am
Subject: Re: Windows 7 does not recognize WinEdt
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 On 2/27/2011 3:26 PM, Helmut Haberzettl wrote: > Doug, > > It seems the filetype associations are not set. Within WinEdt, choose > Options > Configuration Wizard > Filetype Associations > and set the filetypes you want to be associated with WinEdt. > > Good luck, > --Helmut > > On 2/27/2011 3:14 PM, Doug Faires wrote: >> I realize that the following is not likely to be a problem with >> WinEdt, but hope someone has encountered it and has >> a solution. >> >> WinEdt 6 works fine on my Windows XP systems but on a new machine >> with Windows 7 installed I cannot >> get Windows 7 to recognize WinEdt as an option to open files like >> .tex and .sty, even if I Browse to the directory >> and try to open a .tex file with the WinEdt application file. If I >> open WinEdt first and then open a .tex file everything >> works fine, but even with WinEdt open, clicking on .tex file gets no >> response. My WinEdt application file lives >> in >> >> C:\Program Files (x86)/WinEdt Team/Winedt 6 >> >> Best, >> Doug >> > Thank you very much Helmut, I normally would thank you only personally but find it hard to believe that I am the only one who has had problems with this. So this correspondence might be of use to someone else. When I installed Windows 7 and then WinEdt 6, I went to through the options you outlined and saw that .tex files, etc were to be opened with WinEdt 6. However, I evidently did not hit OK, just assuming that these were automatically configured. Wrong! Hitting OK at that point solved the problem. The next time I tried to open a .tex file the WinEdt icon was an option. I greatly appreciate this. Best, Doug -- ********************************************************************************\ ********* J. Douglas Faires, PhD Professor Emeritus of Mathematics Youngstown State University Youngstown OH 44555 Web Address: http://www.math.ysu.edu/~faires Phones: Office 330 941 1805 Home 724 964 8497 Cell 724 944 4472 Chair of the Board of YSU CURMath, the Center for Undergraduate Mathematics Research ********************************************************************************\ *********

#10928 From: Karl Koeller <karlkoeller@...>
Date: Mon Feb 28, 2011 5:26 am
Subject: Re: Problem with DDEOpen and Adobe X and WinEdt 6.0
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 Il 27/02/2011 23.06, Larry ha scritto: > Hi, > > I am using WinEdt 6 [Build: 20110119 (v. 6.0)] and Adobe Acrobat X Pro, > and I get the following error message if I run PDFTexify with the previously > created document still open: > > Cannot Open DDE Link to: > "C:\Program Files\Adobe\Acrobat 10.0\Acrobat\Acrobat.exe > Service: Acroview > Topic: Control > DDEOpen("%$('PDF-View')","%$('Acro-DDE_Service');","%\$('Acro-DDE_Topic');"); > > > None of the fixes posted earlier provide any help for the newest build. > > If I replace 'Acro-DDE_Service' with 'acroviewR10' I don't get the > error message, but it says "I can't write on file name.pdf'. > Please type another file name for output: " > > > Has anyone figured out a fix for this problem? > > Thanks, > > Larry > > Download the latest WinEdt build. This problem has been solved.......

#10929 From: Thijs Muizelaar <thijs.muizelaar@...>
Date: Mon Feb 28, 2011 4:55 pm
Subject: Re: Tables in tree
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 Thanks for these files. It finds the tables nicely, but the captions are completely wrong. It doesn't give an error, but finds captions that don't belong to the table that is found. It seems as if it starts at the beginning of the file and matches each caption. Because I don't use the macro for the figures, it matches the wrong captions. I tried to edit the macro to only match the first following caption, but I couldn't find a way how to do that. Can someone give me any hints where I should look/start? Thijs On 24-2-2011 23:23, Andrej Blejec wrote: > Have a look to the files in http://www.winedt.org/temp/FiguresTree.zip > > It works fine for me: includes figures and tables with captions into the tree. > > The original solution was prepared for version 5.5 but works fine in version 6. > The content of *.ini file goes to the TREE.INI for version 6. > > Hope this helps > Andrej > > > -- > Andrej Blejec > National Institute of Biology > Vecna pot 111 POB 141, SI-1000 Ljubljana, SLOVENIA > e-mail: andrej.blejec@... > URL: http://ablejec.nib.si > tel: + 386 (0)59 232 789 > fax: + 386 1 241 29 80 > -------------------------- > Organizer: > Applied Statistics 2011 conference > http://conferences.nib.si/AS2011 > >> -----Original Message----- >> From: Thijs Muizelaar [mailto:thijs.muizelaar@...] >> Sent: Thursday, February 24, 2011 10:04 PM >> To: winedt+list@... >> Subject: [WinEdt] Tables in tree >> >> Hi everyone, >> >> I'm trying to add the tables in the tree TOC, next to the graphics that >> are included. It would save me a lot of trouble finding the right table. >> >> I managed to add the item for the tables in Tree.ini with: >> ITEM="\begin{table}[?]" >> >> However, this displays just the position parameters of the tables, and >> I'd like to display either the caption or the label here. I know I need >> to do that with either changing CAPTION or using SUBSTITUTION, but in >> both cases I can't seem to make it happen. Does anyone have an idea how >> I can put the label or caption in the tree? >> >> I'm using Build: 20101215 (v. 6.0) on Windows 7 AMD64. >> >> Kinds regards, >> >> Thijs > >

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