Can be solved by proper setting in TeXnicCenter: “Server” and “Topic” appears three-times on settings page – be sure to change ALL three. Now i started to configure texniccenter to use ghostview via “define output profiles” in the Build Menu. And here is what i “configured”: LaTex ->. I just installed TeXnicCenter on a different computer. I don’t know how to answer: “Enter the full path of the directory, where the executables.
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TeXnicCenter can be configured and customized in many different ways to suit the needs of the user. The following configuration categories are available:. Tedniccenter LaTeX files are just simple text files.
To get a printable output they have to be compiled. Where other editors can only produce one format as output, TeXnicCenter allows the user to select any of these output formats. It can even be extended to include other formats available in other TeX distributions or through the use of additional filters. For each output format used an output profile has to be conflgure first. You texnicventer add as many profiles as you want.
Output profiles specify answers to a number of questions:. The Output Wizard leads through the configuration of some basic output profiles step by step.
After TeXnicCenter has started it checks to see whether output profiles are already defined. At first the Wizard will look for an installed LaTeX distribution. If one of the above output profiles already exists, the wizard will ask permission to overwrite or to keep the existing one. To check what the wizard has created open the dialog Manual configuration. The dialog Profiles is displayed:.
The Profiles list shows all profiles already defined. The four buttons at the bottom of the list provide the following actions:. To edit an output profile select a profile in the list and modify the settings on the three tabs.
Configuration of TeXnicCenter with MiKTeX
The Postprocessor tab confiyure allows to define tools, which should be run after the La TeX compiler, i. Lists all tools to run after the compiler has been executed.
The tools are listed in the order of the execution. Specifies where the selected tool retrieves its input data from. If nothing is specified here, the tool will retrieve its input data from the standard input device normally the keyboard. Otherwise it will retrieve its input from the specified file.
To start up tth use.
When using this tool with TeXnicCenter use file. The command-line of this tool has to be empty. The Viewer tab page allows to define the applications used to view the files generated by this profile. All the commands can be either command-line options or DDE commands. Command-line options will be passed to the application during its start.
Enter search terms or a module, class or function name. The following configuration categories are available: Output profiles define how the printable output is generated from the LaTeX files.
Options allow you to modify the behaviour of TeXnicCenter. Customization allows you to modify the graphical user interface, including the menu structure, the toolbar, the short cuts, the editor and the general look and feel. Advanced configuration provides instructions for configuration changes not available directly from within TeXnicCenter. Output profiles specify answers to a number of questions: Is a La TeX compiler necessary to generate the output? If so, what is the path to it?
What are the command line arguments to pass to the compiler? Is a BibTeX compiler available for the specified format? If it is, what is the path to it? Is a MakeIndex compiler available for the specified format? What are the command line arguments to pass to the compiler.
Configuration — TeXnicCenter documentation
Which additional tools postprocessors have to be started after or instead of the TeX compiler to generate the desired output? Which application is used to view files in the desired format? What are the commands needed to display an output file? What are the commands needed to perform a forward search? Is it necessary to close the output before the compilation starts? If it is, what is the command to do so? It will look for the TeX compiler.
If no compiler can be found, tdxniccenter path to the compiler can be entered in a dialog. Afterwards the Wizard will look for the registered DVI-viewer. If another viewer is found, command line parameters to start the viewer, to view documents and to perform a forward search, can be entered in a dialog.
Now the wizard will test if confiture a tool that convert DVI documents into PostScript files is installed. If dvips is found, the path for command-line arguments can be entered in a dialog. If this test is successful, the Wizard will look for the viewer registered for PDF files.
If the viewer is the Adobe Acrobat Reader, the wizard will do the configuration, otherwise the path and the command line arguments for a different PDF viewer can be entered in a dialog.
Now TeXnicCenter will create the following output profiles: The dialog Profiles is displayed: La TeX tab page. Created using Sphinx 1.