[OS X TeX] BBEdit 8 - missing Configure TeX Coloring

Kyle Johnson kbj at linguist.umass.edu
Sun Sep 12 03:54:48 CEST 2004


Richard,

I wrote Bare Bones about this, and they directed me to the rather 
hidden place to turn on math coloring. Go to preferences, and then 
languages. In the top window of the dialog box -- "installed languages" 
-- scroll to Tex and highlight it. Then push the "options" button, and 
there will be a color math check box in the pop dialogue box. I had to 
push options twice, the first time I got the dialogue box for html.

HTH,
Kyle

On 11 Sep 2004, at 9:52 PM, Richard Seguin wrote:

> Speaking of BBEdit 8, I've downloaded a demo copy, and it seems that 
> the old Configure TeX Coloring plug-in is missing. As a result, syntax 
> coloring only colors key words, and in fact doesn't color the $ 
> character or a $ ... $ string. The plug-in isn't mentioned on the 
> available plug-ins page either, and although they suggest contacting 
> the original developer to update to version 8 if your favorite plug-in 
> isn't there, who knows who that developer was?
>
> I'm using TextWrangler, and I'm afraid that if its development path 
> follows that of BBEdit 8, it too will be missing decent TeX syntax 
> coloring.
>
> Richard
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