[OS X TeX] latest update of gwtex i-package

Philipp Mathey pmathey at uwo.ca
Fri Jan 5 02:38:06 CET 2007


No I just did an expert install as usual (in order to activate the  
xelatex format,
set paper size etc). I shouldn't have installed that update ..
On 4-Jan-07, at 6:02 PM, Alex Hamann wrote:

> Did you run the configuration phase after/while installing?
> In my case I had to configure the TeX installation manually in  
> order for it to work like I expected it to.
> A.
>
> Am 04.01.2007 um 23:52 schrieb Philipp Mathey:
>
>> After installing the latest update, xelatex behaved differently
>> and fonts seem to be missing.
>>
>> Could I somehow go back to the version from
>> late December ?
>>
>> It would be so nice if there was such a feature (allowing one to  
>> switch back to
>> the previous set-up if the update breaks something).
>>
>> PM
>>
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