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2013/10/17 21:06:54 UTC
Pavel    
Starting TeXWord with a latex file but without "TeX Running Parameters" dialog (edited).

When I have a setting to load bakoma with the specified latex file when my computer start (I use shortcut in "Start up" folder of Win XP with the parameter which is the name of latex file. However, each time I stark bakoma (texword) it asks for "tex running parameters" (tex format, input encoding etc). Is there a way to disconnect that feature or simply provide some switches in parameters of shortcut to avoid that menu? Also the related question: is there a way to start a file with the previous edit position of cursor (standard feature for winedit). It is quite inconvenient each time system starts to manually scroll to the position of last edit.
2013/10/18 01:28:37 UTC
Basil Malyshev    

... Is there a way to disconnect that feature or simply provide some switches in parameters of shortcut to avoid that menu?

Yes, of course, Text Editor (Centaur) launches TeXWord without this dialog. The command is shown in status line. The secret is simple - dialog will not be displayed when format is specified as option in command line.

... is there a way to start a file with the previous edit position of cursor ?

No is official answer :=) However, users with skill of script may do it.

... (standard feature for winedit)

BaKoMa Text Editor (Centaur) also can open file at desired position. It is simple. TeXWord must process your file at opening. It may be bad idea to process fiel at startup process.

... It is quite inconvenient each time system starts to manually scroll to the position of last edit.

You can make much faster by jumping to specified line/page/search text.

2014/06/01 11:40:45 UTC
Basil Malyshev    

There is special option in TeX Running Parameters dialog beginning from BaKoMa TeX 10.40.
See Changes of V 10.40

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