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Old 07-05-2007, 06:13 AM   #1
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Kile in KDE: View ouput in gv and not kgv

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I would like to reconfigure kile so that I can view the output file in GHOST VIEW (gv) and not in KGhost VIEW (KGV) of kde. Where and how can I do this?

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Config -> Tools -> Build -> Select a tool: viewps -> Select a configuration: GV

The "Select a tool" and "Select a configuration" use drop down lists.

I would much prefer using kdvi as the viewer. It can follow changes in the file, so you can have almost instant feedback for small changes.
Also, the ps output needs a dvi2ps conversion step.


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