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# Feature Suggestions

## Feature Suggestions • Re: Show paragraphs in the project outline

Hi ErykD,

Welcome to the LaTeX community! I can’t comment on TeXnicCenter since I’ve never used it. But I wanted to inform that I moved this post to the TeXnicCenter forum.

Best,

Statistics: Posted by cgnieder — Sun Dec 22, 2013 6:53 pm

## Feature Suggestions • Show paragraphs in the project outline

Good day,

I am wondering if TeXnicCenter is designed to show “paragraphs” in the project outline tree?
It very nicely shows chapters, sections, subsections and subsubsections, but not paragrpahs or subparagraphs.
Is there some setting that allows one to set how deep the project outline structure is? Am I missing something?

Or should I report this under “feature request”?

Thank you for your time and help.

Statistics: Posted by ErykD — Sat Dec 21, 2013 6:18 pm

## Feature Suggestions • Re: Multiple Builds at Once

Hi, welcome to the LaTeX community!

Chrpra wrote:
My problem is, that if a new reference is added using Biber, the document needs to be compiled three times before the citations are properly placed.

That’s true: you need to compile once so that the aux file contains the information about the new reference. Then you need to run biber to get the citation in the bbl file. Now you need a LaTeX run to get the citation in the document and at last another LaTeX run to get crossreferences right. The last LaTeX run is not always necessary but recommended.

It is possible to automate this process. Have a look at

Regards

Statistics: Posted by cgnieder — Thu Sep 26, 2013 11:24 pm

## Feature Suggestions • Multiple Builds at Once

I’m currently using following combination:

• The latest TeXnicCenter (2.0 stable 32bit)
• MiKTeX 2.9 (32 bit, all packages updated)
• PDFLaTeX

My problem is, that if a new reference is added using Biber, the document needs to be compiled three times before the citations are properly placed.

I tried to use TeXify (instead of PDFLaTeX) but that doesn’t work either.

It would be nice if there would be any possibility to compile the whole document with one click!

I also created a question: http://tex.stackexchange.com/questions/135158/multiple-builds-at-once

Statistics: Posted by Chrpra — Thu Sep 26, 2013 2:10 pm

## Feature Suggestions • Re: Missing autocompletition for \paragraph

I have downloaded the file mycommands.xml , the storage directory is : C:\Program Files\TeXnicCenter\Packages.

I understand that, this XML file contains gather and align, align* etc.

Question : How do I import these into TXC ( 2.0 BETA, 64-bit). I tried typing “gather” but nothing was hinted.

Statistics: Posted by abikutn — Tue May 07, 2013 7:18 pm

## Feature Suggestions • Getting the same typed Input twice

Today I was using TXC 2 beta 1 and I must have done some weird combination of keys that allowed for my typing to appear in a line and the one above at the same time.

I don’t know what I did, but I see the potential for this, in particular when typing complicated formulas and re-doing repetitive code. Does someone know how to activate this feature? Or is it a non-intended bug?

Disclaimer: Obviously I don’t know how to reproduce it, or I wouldn’t be posting this.

Statistics: Posted by askateth — Sat May 04, 2013 7:53 pm

## Feature Suggestions • Re: Automatic Update of added Entries in JabRef

Just as an information for potential answerers: this question has also been asked on TeX.sx.

I do not really know TeXnicCenter but following the comments on the linked page the answer seems to be: no, there is no such button, yet.

Regards

Statistics: Posted by cgnieder — Thu Feb 21, 2013 12:11 am

## Feature Suggestions • Automatic Update of added Entries in JabRef

Hi,

after adding a new reference with JabRef, I need to close and restart TeXnicCenter (TXC) before the entries in the literature database menu of TXC get updated. Isn’t there a button for refreshing the literature database, so I will see my changes right away?

Regards,
babostyle

Statistics: Posted by babostyle — Wed Feb 20, 2013 6:43 am

## Feature Suggestions • Re: Multiple builds at once and spellchecker fix

Sorry to hijack this post.

I have been trying to find a solution to the original posters problem and have tried to follow the advice to use texify.

In texniccenter i’ve defined an output profile Texify => PDF with texify.exe and command line argument =p “%pm”.

I’ve also included the BibTex and MakeIndex profiles with command line “%bm”.

When I run the Texify => PDF output profile I still get the same problem – that multiple builds are required to sort out the references.

Would someone be able to help?

Statistics: Posted by 1_1_1_1_ — Mon Dec 31, 2012 9:40 pm

## Feature Suggestions • Unicode as default encoding for Texniccenter

Hello,

I wonder if Texniccenter could provide Unicode as the default encoding for new documents.

Currently, new documents are saved as iso-8859-1, the help at the beginning recommends ansi as the encoding, the sample documents have ansi encoding, the quotation marks are automatically converted from ” to “` and other things.

Because Unicode is the standard in computing nowadays (every operating system, every word processor and almost every web site, including this one, uses it), I wonder if Texniccenter could make Unicode it as the standard, too. Latex supports Unicode via the utf8x encoding package or via Xetex without problems. Therefore, it would be nice if Texniccenter would change to it, too.

1. No character problems if one wants to include Cyrillic, Eastern Europe or other characters – It would work right out of the box.
2. Correct quotation marks (“”, „“, «» etc) could be displayed correctly in the document text – This would make reading the text more straightforward, because you see what you will get in the end (I know that Latex itself is not WYSIWYG, but escaping quotation marks is as unnecessary as escaping umlauts (\”a or something like that).
3. It would be better if you create a document with Xetex, because Xetex is UTF-8 right from the beginning – No need to change the character encoding when saving the file.
4. As far as I know, there is even an package where unicode characters can be written inside formulas: You would not need to write \beta any more, but you could write just β – This would make complex formulas easier to read and shorter in the source text.
4. It would show a technology progressive attitude – Unicode is clearly the future.

I don’t know about programming that well, but I guess it would not be much of a problem to change it: Texniccenter already includes everything in Version 2.0. The only things which needed to be changed is the default encoding when saving a document, the help at the beginning, the sample documents, and the smart quote mechanism.

I guess, some more “traditional” Latex users don’t see this as important, but I think it is really important to show a progressive attitude. There are obsolete packages and other latex things which are discouraged, why wouldn’t it be possible with iso-8859-1?