* Fixed Bug #319: Titlebar does not update on project creation.
Consistent frame title regarding files and projects.
* Bibliography: Allow to search for the bibtex key (label).
* Fixed Bug #1293: Empty files are not listed in file view * Fixed Bug #348: Wrong message on building an unsaved file * Fixed Bug: Formats and Find/Bookmarks toolbars were not properly visible.
UPDATE August 2015: I got a similar problem using Acrobat Reader DC, Te Xnic Center 2.02, and Windows 10.
The solution in this case was to change the key HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\acrobat\shell\open\ddeexec\application in STEP 1 to Acro View R15.
For each output format used an output profile has to be defined first. Output profiles specify answers to a number of questions: The Output Wizard leads through the configuration of some basic output profiles step by step.
If Mi KTe X or Te X Live is installed the Output Wizard can configure the profiles almost without user interaction.
Currently I'm using KDE's Okular for Windows as well (admittedly you need to install a bit of extra KDE libraries, but still is much less than the dreaded Acrobat Reader). To get a printable output they have to be compiled.Current Te X distributions support several formats like the Te X-specific DVI-format, Post Script or the very widely used PDF-format.The cause of this problem is that Adobe Acrobat (not Adobe Reader) is assumed by Te Xnic Center to be the default PDF viewer (perhaps because it was installed before? As a result of this, the DDE command and the location of the PDF viewer is wrong in the Te Xnic Center configuration right after installation.During the installation process, Te Xnic Center should read the registry key: General and uncheck "Enable Protected Mode at startup".Where other editors can only produce one format as output, Te Xnic Center allows the user to select any of these output formats.