[OS X TeX] Scripting LaTeXiT

Chris Goedde cgg.lists at gmail.com
Tue Sep 9 16:55:35 CEST 2008


On Sep 8, 2008, at 9:30 PM, David Cross wrote:

>
> I am curious, how would use these in OmniGraffle?
>

I assume you're familiar with OG and the idea of a stencil? I just use  
them to annotate figures for class notes, homework assignments, etc. I  
have an existing stencil with various mathematical expressions (mostly  
single letters, some more complex) that I've built up by hand over  
time. For various reasons, I want to rebuild this from scratch and I  
was wondering if it was worth automating part of the process (and how  
I would do so, of course).

Thanks to Michael Sharpe for pointing me in one possible direction.  
I'm not sure it's worth automating either; I have to think about what  
exactly I want the end result to look like.

Chris

>
>> Is it possible to script LaTeXiT? It doesn't seem to have an
>> Applescript dictionary.
>>
>> What I'd like to do is create, for example, all the individual  
>> capital
>> letters in math boldface for use in OmniGraffle.
>>
>> Chris
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