[OS X TeX] Re: Question about a runaway argument (Peter Dyballa)
lfsequeira at gmail.com
Fri Apr 24 11:06:55 CEST 2009
> Trashing all aux files worked. However, this problem reappears. Does
> this mean that each time
> I need to go in an trash all of the aux files? And if so, why doesn't
> the TRASH AUX FILES button do the trick?
> Thanks in advance,
You have to tell TeXShop what the extensions for all auxiliar files are.
TeXShop already "knows" the .aux, .log and other extensions, but
probably misses other extensions, like .bm, that powerdot uses.
You can add these extensions to the list by quitting TeXShop, open a
terminal window and paste the following command line (or an analogous
one for other extensions):
defaults TeXShop OtherTeXExtensions -array-add "bm"
and press Enter.
The fact that the problem reappears attests that there is indeed
I believe it might help if you could post a minimal example that shows
Or, if you like, you can e-mail me directly, attaching you problematic
file (besides, I am on digest mode, so if e-mailed directly I can
offer assistance more readily).
I work with powerdot regularly, but I realize that most people doing
presentations with LaTeX use beamer, instead, so they may not be all
too familiar with powerdot.
You could also try the powerdot mailing list. See http://www.freelists.org/list/powerdot
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