Suppose my currently open document is modified by another applications (for instance I have recompiled the LaTeX that generates the PDF), is there a w. acroread does not support it. The PDF reader Evince (Document Viewer), which is installed by default, automatically reloads if the file it is. It will automatically refresh when the pdf is updated. Adobe Reader and/or Adobe Acrobat are notorious for not supporting auto-refreshing the view of a PDF .
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Just save this code as e. As src of the embed object you use only the filename, e. In the code, you can adjust the width and height of the embedded object and the timeout in milliseconds. From a question on super user.
It will automatically refresh when the pdf is updated. There is a Windows version also. Although, I have used evince only in linux, I am sure it acroresd the same features in Windows. SumatraPDF is available for Windows and does auto-refresh the view.
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Lei 2 3 The viewer does not regularly check changes on disk, so short answer: Remi 13k 7 43 It’s a good solution, however, it keeps refresh the screen. How can I set it only refresh after changing? I put a button to do manual refresh which is just somewhat easier than re-opening your document in Adobe viewer. Checking for change is another topic; you can perhaps more easily set the timing interval equal to the interval at which your pdf changes?
It’s also portable, which is nice. ForbesLindesay 7, 2 33 Evince pdf viewer auto-refreshes. If you need that, you should switch your relod. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google.
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