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Hi everybody,

I installed Skim to read pdf files in Mac, but if i write in the shell which skim or whereis skim there is nothing...then i guess there is no command called skim.

My point is to create it, but i dont know how, can anyone help on this'??how can i create a command??

Then I'm using Kile and it gives me the following error

/bin/bash skim command not found

I guess if i define the command this error wont appear, am i right??

any advice is welcome for this mac newbie...

regards,

Munoz.
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Assuming you installed it to /Applications, the command you want is: /Applications/Skim.app/Contents/MacOS/Skim.

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Absolutely great. Thank you very much!! really this piece of help was very helpful!!!
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