[ESS] ess-makePDF and Adobe Reader 7
david.r.whiting at gmail.com
Wed Sep 6 12:02:15 CEST 2006
On 5 Sep 2006 17:09:38 -0700, Tim Hesterberg <timh at insightful.com> wrote:
> I like Foxit Reader on Windows, is much faster than Acrobat Reader, and
> doesn't lock the file, so works well with latex/emacs.
> PC World description at:
> Download the .exe, and set as the default pdf reader.
Interesting. It seems to work nicely on linux using wine as well
(using crossover at least). I've been looking for a way to edit PDF
files for a while now. Thanks for this.
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> Download the S+Resample library from www.insightful.com/downloads/libraries
> >I think this is because Acrobat Reader basically locks the file - I have
> >the same problem.
> >The solution is to use Ghostview, which you can get from
> >http://www.cs.wisc.edu/~ghost/. You will need to download both
> >ghostscript (I use AFPL) and gsview. Install ghostscript first and then
> >gsview. The only downside is that there is no support for the
> >Dr Andreas Kiermeier
> >-----Original Message-----
> >On Windows XP using Adobe reader 7, I need to close the current file
> >("namestem.pdf") before creating a new version of this file. Is there a
> >way around this using Adobe Reader or if not, are there other pdf
> >viewers for Windows that allow this?
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