[OS X TeX] TeXShop 3.05
ros5e at odorf.us
Sun Sep 4 06:31:24 CEST 2011
I'm one of those people who has no interest whatsoever in 'upgrading' to Lion. Is there anything in the new TeXShop 3.05 that makes it inappropriate or problematic for running under Snow Leopard?
On 2011 Sep 03, at 15:32 PM, Richard Koch wrote:
> TeXShop 3.05 is available at
> This version has important patches by Ulrich Bauer for AutoSave, and by
> Daniel Toundykov for syntax coloring.
> When TeXShop typesets, it first saves the source code. Until now, that
> created a new version of the document. If a user typeset often, and later used "Browse All
> Versions…", there were so many versions that the feature was difficult to use.
> After Ulrich' patch, TeXShop saves before typesetting, but does not create a new
> In TeXShop 2.10, improvements in syntax coloring broke the ability to change
> the background and foreground colors of the source window. Toundykov's patch
> again makes it possible to change these colors.
> Since the AutoSave patch involves the most critical feature of TeXShop -- saving
> source to disk -- I decided not to activate updating via the Sparkle mechanism. To
> obtain 3.05, you must go to my web site, where version 3.04 is also available in
> case of trouble.
> Dick Koch
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