[OS X TeX] TeXShop Editor

Bob Kerstetter bkerstetter at mac.com
Sat Sep 18 15:13:58 CEST 2004


Oh, you need to restart TeXShop after setting the transparency in the 
terminal using these commands:

defaults write TeXShop ConsoleWindowAlpha 0.75
defaults write TeXShop SourceWindowAlpha 0.75
defaults write TeXShop PreviewWindowAlpha 0.75

Sorry about forgetting that in the previous message.

If you open the TeXShop help and search for "hidden" you'll see a topic 
called
"hidden preference items" where this and other "creature comforts" are 
documented.

On Sep 18, 2004, at 2:14 AM, Sameer Agarwal wrote:

> well, I was hoping for a solution which was perhaps a little simpler.
> As I understand it Cocoa interfaces are objects that are loaded at 
> runtime
> and I was curious if it was possible to modify something in the 
> compiled application.
>
> sameer
>
> On Sep 17, 2004, at 11:33 PM, Will Robertson wrote:
>
>> On 18 Sep 2004, at 3:50 PM, Sameer Agarwal wrote:
>>
>>> I am rather used to using semi-transparent terminal windows, and 
>>> they make life rather east.
>>> I was wondering if its possible to make the editor window in TeXshop 
>>> transparent?
>>
>> Sure, if you edit the source code yourself :)
>> That's only a half-joking suggestion - if you look in the 
>> contributors list for TeXShop you'll see almost all of the 
>> significant features that get added to it are actually written by 
>> other people.
>>
>> Will
>>
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