[OS X TeX] The Not So Short Introduction to LaTeX2e -- MIA!
claus.gerhardt at urz.uni-heidelberg.de
Thu Sep 2 20:00:04 CEST 2004
For that reason I created the droplet dvipdfh which will automatically
save the pdf file in ~/Documents provided a directory with that name
exists. You have the option to name the pdf file to your liking.
On 02.09.2004, at 17:25, Herb Schulz wrote:
> And yet another...
> If you're using Gerben Wierda's i-installer TeX (gwTeX) and you've
> it to download the documentation you should have a copy of lshort.dvi
> in the
> symbolic link /Library/teTeX/share/texmf.tetex/doc/latex/general/.
> The directory containing the .dvi file is ``write protected.'' To
> compile it
> you should copy it to your desktop and drop/open that copy on TeXShop.
> will produce a .pdf file on the desktop which you can peruse at your
> If you drop/open the original .dvi file on TeXShop 1.35b it will,
> create the .pdf file in ``temporary'' and it will be displayed in
> TeXShop. I
> haven't been able to find it (looked in /tmp/ and the TeXShop_Output
> found there too) so you won't have a copy to play with at your leisure.
> Maybe a future version of TeXShop will have the creation directory
> configurable; for that kind of thing I'd like to just have it placed
> on my
> Good Luck,
> Herb Schulz
> (herbs at wideopenwest.com)
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