[OS X TeX] texshop: save as
garleanu at haas.berkeley.edu
Sun Jun 3 23:15:32 CEST 2012
Thank you, Paul. I already have the "All controls" checked, as you advise.
One feature that I find helpful -- although slightly more cumbersome than
in Windows (I know), and which does not work in all programs -- is "Move
focus to menu bar". With respect to cycling through options, what happens
is that different choices do become highlighted as I use the tab key -- in
the sense that the edge of the button becomes blue -- but the default one
is still the one that is solid blue, and which is executed when I press
Enter. Perhaps I should press a different key than Enter in order to
On 6/3/12 2:07 AM, "Paul McCann" <pmccann at gmail.com> wrote:
Nicolae Garleanu asked...
> On a general note, when I want to do something on TexShop (on a Mac more
> generally), and a dialog box opens with several choices, is there a fool
> proof to navigate to the desired choice and select it without using the
> mouse. For instance, whenever I use the ``save as'' command, I don't know
> how to select anything but the default without using the mouse.
A couple of things pop out here: the easiest, and possibly the most
helpful, is that hitting the escape key cancels a dialog box.
If you like navigating without the mouse you can enable keyboard
control of all interface elements via
System Preferences => Keyboard Shortcuts => (click the "All controls"
For something like the "Save As..." dialog, where the "Save" button
has focus, you can just hit shift-tab to go "backwards" through the
other buttons, and tab to move forwards through all of the interface
elements in the dialog. (Using tab starts at the top element, as the
"Save" button is the last element in the dialog, and this operation
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