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

Richard Seguin riseguin at earthlink.net
Sun Sep 12 04:09:13 CEST 2004


Thanks Kyle, I found it! And you're right -- it was hidden in a obscure 
place!

Richard Séguin

On Sep 11, 2004, at 8:54 PM, Kyle Johnson wrote:

> 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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