If yes, look at what happened to me: I had the same problem of inverse search not working. The answer can’t be simpler. Be sure select Browse. This feature is a huge time-saver, so I decided to make a little howto about it. Basically, click on a spot in the source file or in the DVI output, and Kile will take you. In this post I will discuss configuring kile and okular with synctex. For forward search (kile to okular), put your cursor in any text part of your tex.
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[ubuntu] How can I do an inverse search between okular and kile?
Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. A bug in Kile? I’m using a System76 Pangolin P8. Thanks for any help.
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First of all, check if you configuration is like the following: I had the same problem of inverse search not working. I lost 2 hours trying to find that solution. Abhinav 1 9.
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This prevented me from wasting a potential two hours trying to find the solution, especially at a time when I am writing something with a deadline in mind! Lkular to Ask Ubuntu! It seems this may be helpful The best way to do so would be to edit your answer to expand it with the relevant information.
I have no idea what it does, but it did solve my problem.