[OS X TeX] "Find" and 10.5.3

Bruno Voisin bvoisin at mac.com
Fri May 30 09:39:34 CEST 2008


Le 30 mai 08 à 07:22, Wayne Richter a écrit :

> Being quite unorganized, I have difficulty in remembering the last / 
> label used in a manuscript. If I do a "Find All" command, it lists  
> all the occurences of, for example, \label{eq:
> which makes it very easy to see the last label I used for equations.
> Quite by accident I found that if I leave this "Find" window open  
> and click the box for "Live Update"
> at the bottom of the window, it automatically updates this  
> information everytime I Typeset.
> This is a wonderful feature that provides continuous information  
> about the labels used.
>
> However, after upgrading to 10.5.3 this Live Update feature no  
> longer works.
> Has anyone else had this problem? I would love to get it back again.
>
> I am using a PowerBook G4.

I take it you're referring to TeXShop's built-in editor using the  
OgreKit Find Panel, right? Then yes, I see the same as you on a  
MacBook: LiveUpdate not working. I'd never tried it before, so I can't  
tell whether it worked before 10.5.3.

By the way, there seems to be a problem in the French locale for the  
Apple Find Panel (selected through TeXShop Preferences > Document >  
Find Panel): in the English locale, the Edit > Find submenu includes  
an item "Jump to Selection" (Cmd-J), as do Apple applications (like  
TextEditor or Pages); in the French locale this item is replaced by  
"Tout Rechercher" (= Find All) with the same shortcut Cmd-J but is  
greyed out.

Bruno Voisin

 
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