Re: How do I disable automatic reloading?

The problem is that when pdflatex fails, it leaves an incomplete pdf
document which evince is able to load, just an incomplete one. So
Evince has no way of knowing that there is problem in order to give a

A per document choice when there is an error is not a good option in that case.

This is worse if evince is near or past the point in the document
where the error occurred: then when the source .tex is corrected and
the pedf is regenerated, Evince seems to goe to  point  from the
end... so if I was at page 6 of a 50 page document, and the error was
at page 7, then it seems to goes to page 49 when it reloaded.

It would just be easy to have a preference to disable/enable autoloading.

On Tue, Mar 24, 2009 at 7:58 PM, Wouter Bolsterlee <wbolster gnome org> wrote:
> 2009-03-24 klockan 20:41 skrev Behdad Esfahbod:
>> On 03/24/2009 12:00 PM, Robert Rothenberg wrote:
>>> I realize that some people think automatic reloading of a PDF is a good
>>> thing, but I don't.
>> gedit pops up a message (in one of those yellowish message bars) and asks
>> whether it should reload.  I think a similar feature should be added to
>> evince.  It can then save the preference on a per document basis.
>> Something like that.
> I was suggesting something like that. The "yellowish error bar" is already
> used in Evince. I'm just not sure keeping this in the document metadata
> stored by Evince is really needed. And I think only suggesting this when a
> document fails to load after a reload suffices.
>    — Wouter
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