[OS X TeX] iTeXMac icons and TeXShop

jerome LAURENS jerome.laurens at u-bourgogne.fr
Thu Mar 14 09:39:14 CET 2002

Le mercredi 13 mars 2002, à 03:25 PM, Bruce D'Arcus a écrit :

> On Wednesday, March 13, 2002, at 09:02  AM, jerome LAURENS wrote:
>> Le mardi 12 mars 2002, à 12:03 AM, Bruce D'Arcus a écrit :
>>> I am going to SCREAM!!!  I thought your suggestion worked Michael, 
>>> but it didn't.  I have tried everything, and nothing solves the 
>>> problem (deleting the LS pref files not once, but like five times, 
>>> and deleting every possible file associated with iTeXMac).
>>> Any suggestions on where the problem lies?  Is there something about 
>>> how TeXShop writes files that would leave it prone to this?  I note 
>>> that the files in question have the following creator codes:  TeXs 54 
>>> 65 58 73.  The type code is TEXT 54 45 58 54.
>> Don't know if it helps but
>> iTeXMac creator code is iTMx, all files saved by iTeXMac have type 
>> TEXT and no creator :???? with
>> unchanged other attributes.
>> Is iTeXMac listed in the list of applications in the information panel 
>> of a .tex file? If it is the case, you might have left some iTeXMac 
>> file somewhere or LS is buggy.
> Hi Jermone,
> I did a search with Sherlock, and it's saying there are no files with 
> the iTMx creator code on my system.
>  Also, iTM does not show up in the list of possible apps in the get 
> info.
> What's so incredibly strange is that the behavior continues even if I 
> delete the LS files, and even if I create a new user!!

IMHO, this means that the finder caches the icons somewhere and does not 
update the cache as expected

> I talked to someone who suggested deleting everything relating to TS or 
> iTM, and then reinstalling TS...

I also suggest you to delete the LS's and reinstall TS, what will take 
half a second.

Maybe you can change the name to say "TeXShop 1.17" just in case Mac OS 
X caches info to force an update. Then associate the .tex files to this 
new named app as default app. If it works you can revert to the standard 

well, if it does no work, save your work, format your disk, reinstall 
mac os x, reinstall your work...
and don't forget to scream...

Launch services are strange, i had similar problems with some apple 
developper apps

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