[OS X TeX] Re: List of feature requests on this list

Alain Schremmer schremmer.alain at gmail.com
Wed Mar 4 01:37:01 CET 2009


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Wishes A, H, R1 and R2 have granted.
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New Wish(es):
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In order to facilitate later archive searches, features being  
suggested/requested on this list should probably be suggested/ 
requested and discussed IN SEPARATE THREADS, UNDER THEIR OWN NAME,  
rather than in this thread. Note that this List of feature requests  
on this list refers to such posts for details.

Suggesting a TeXShop feature on this list is absolutely not an  
alternative to making a request at  http://sourceforge.net/tracker/? 
group_id=155796&atid=797241 .

This "wish list" is a compilation of TeXShop features being suggested/ 
requested on this list. Omissions result from my negligence rather  
than from my malevolence. (This thread started as a way to gauge the  
importance accorded to features suggested/requested on this list but,  
while "voting" didn't seem to generate much interest, "keeping track"  
seems to have.)

Hopeful regards
--schremmer

		—A: Line numbers in the source file window (that the Console refers  
to) as an option (to turn it off on simple documents) TeXShop now has  
optional line numbers (At least as of v2.25)

		—B: Change font size in the source window (Available: Source > Font  
 > Bigger/Smaller)

		—C: Change Command I  from meaning Source > Font > Italic to a  
keyboard command for \emph (Available under Leopard: Goedde, March  
24, 2008 11:35:58 AM EDT & Also works for Tiger: Munn March 30, 2008  
7:26:50 PM EDT)

		—D: Change Command B from meaning Source > Font > Bold to a  
keyboard command for \textbf (Available under Leopard: Goedde, March  
24, 2008 2:43:20 PM EDT & Also works for Tiger: Munn March 30, 2008  
7:26:50 PM EDT)

E—A way to collapse one or more sections' text / better yet an  
outliner mode

F1—A SECOND Typeset button, one that does NOT save at the same time
F2—A preference option to control whether Typeset saves or not - and  
link that to the keyboard typeset command.
F3—Have a Command-click/Option-click/Control-click choice that runs  
the file but doesn't save it. (See Litchfield, March 3, 2009 4:14:29  
PM EST)

		—G: Let the bottom of the source window be standard, with a  
horizontal scroll bar (Available: Source > Wrap Lines > None)

		—H: The ability to split the output window as well as the source  
window (if possible with sync) TeXShop can split the output window  
with sync support. TeXShop does not sync the top portion of source to  
the top portion of output and the bottom portion of source to the  
bottom portion of output. Instead, sync from either portion of source  
syncs to the active portion of output. Thus, wishes R1 and R2 have  
been considered as granted.

		—I: A button in the source window to open the output window (To  
bypass the menu's File > Open for Preview)( Available: a) Window >  
Source<>Preview, b) with a key press: Apple-1)

		—J: Cursor staying put (Available: Pref > Document > Select on  
Activate)

K1—Colored matched brackets.
K2—Indenting of the nested environments (Loukanova March 26, 2008  
2:49:30 PM EDT)

L—Emacs <-> TeXShop. (Loukanova, March 24, 2008 5:51:47 PM EDT + 25  
Mar 2008 07:47:57 +0100 (CET)

M1—An option to color $ ... $ strings a solid color.
M2—An option to color  \( ... \) strings a solid color. (Andretta  
March 31, 2008 9:57:31 AM EDT)

N1—An option to always open documents (.tex and .pdf) in the same  
position where they were last closed. (Schremmer March 30, 2008  
6:50:45 PM EDT)
N2—When opening tex file, position at the same line number as when  
last closed (Seguin, March 31, 2008 11:30:06 PM EDT)
N3—When opening pdf file, display the same page as when last closed  
(Seguin, March 31, 2008 11:30:06 PM EDT)

O—An option that allows the Tags menu drop down to always display at  
the same scroll position from which the last tag was selected.

P—Autocompletion based on recently used words . (Rosinski March 26,  
2008 8:04:20 AM EDT & 8:44:30 AM EDT)

Q1—Easy access to "Finder Info" for the PDF output. (Moore March 30,  
2008 5:39:42 PM EDT & Kew-Moore March 30, 2008 7:14:03 PM EDT)
Q2—Easy access to "PDF Info". (Moore March 30, 2008 5:39:42 PM EDT &  
Kew-Moore March 30, 2008 7:14:03 PM EDT)

		—R1: Ability to split the PDF preview window like you can split the  
source window. ("There seems to be a work-around". Dyballa July 7,  
2008 11:14:13 AM EDT) "It may require support from Apple developers"  
Moore July 7, 2008 5:52:36 PM EDT). See H.
		—R2: Ability to split the PDF preview window like you can split the  
source window with, in addition, the two top panes being synchronized  
and the two bottom panes being synchronized. See H.

S1—Ability to take "snapshots" à la Skim. (Goldstein July 7, 2008  
1:49:49 PM EDT)
S2—A "spyglass" floating window that is the target of cross-reference  
hyperlinks in the main PDF viewing window. (Moore July 7, 2008  
5:52:36 PM EDT)

T—"An extensible tag list would be a nice addition". (Schulz March 2,  
2009 9:24:07 AM EST)

U—"recognize the structure of math constructs so that consecutive  
clicks of the mouse select increasingly larger contexts" (See Themis  
Matsoukas, March 3, 2009 3:59:46 PM EST)

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