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Re: [AUCTeX] Forward search and page labels in evince

From: Tassilo Horn
Subject: Re: [AUCTeX] Forward search and page labels in evince
Date: Wed, 24 Aug 2011 09:15:59 +0200
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Michael Bach <address@hidden> writes:

Hi Michael,

> I have successfully activated I/O Correlation in AUCTeX (11.86 dev)
> for evince (v. 3.0.2) via synctex.
> Now I found that the forward search from within AUCTeX works fine with
> C-c C-v if pages in evince are not labeled with an offset.
> To be specific: I use a \setcounter{page}{1} in my thesis to begin
> page numbering at the introduction after the title page, abstract and
> table of contents.  Another example is the manual of the memoir
> documentclass: The first 39 pages are numbered with roman numbers
> within evince.  This labeling offset messes up forward search, i.e. it
> jumps to the correct page number + labeling offset.
> Now, is there someone using a similar setup who managed to solve this?

You've spotted the problem correctly: -p N goes to the page *labeled* N,
which can basically be anything.  Evince 3 added a -i N option that goes
to the page *indexed* N, and that's what you really want with forward

So now in CVS, AUCTeX uses -i if evince knows that option.


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