[OS X TeX] To bug or not to bug
Schremmer.Alain at verizon.net
Thu Sep 16 01:49:54 CEST 2004
(1) Quite correct: you /have to/ bring the mouse /below/ the window and
/that/, precisely, /is/ the issue.
I respectfully submit that when the window /is/ at the bottom of the
screen, so that there is nothing below the window, I get no scroll.
I repeatedly checked it, about a dozen times, always with /no/ scroll.
There was one exception but, on closer examination, there was a hairline
of background screen at the bottom of the window.
(I too keep the dock on the right.)
So, I don't know what to say.
Re. Mac standard behavior, yes of course, I know that and, anyhow, all
you need is that hairline. But, by the same token, it also Mac standard
behavior that scrolling should start when the mouse gets to, say, where
the horizontal scroll bar would be.
(2) No comment?
Herb Schulz wrote:
>On 9/15/04 4:06 PM, "Alain Schremmer" <Schremmer.Alain at verizon.net> wrote:
>>I wouldn't call them (TeXshop) bugs but they do bug me a little:
>>(1) At the bottom of the source window, left of the window-resizing
>>grab-square, there is no light grey band. I understand that there is no
>>need for a horizontal scroll window but when you select a chunk bigger
>>than the window, you must bring the mouse /below/ the window for it to
>>scroll and since I am in the habit of enlarging the window all the way
>>down to the very bottom of the screen ...
>I'm able to drop the cursor below the window, actually off the screen, and
>it scrolls fine with the window taking up full height (I keep the Dock on
>the right side of my wide screen).
>To select a large amount you might also simple Click at the start, to place
>the cursor there, scroll to where you want the end to be and Shift Click and
>everything in between will be selected. This is standard behavior in Mac
>(herbs at wideopenwest.com)
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