[OS X TeX] Experimental TeXShop 3.12
kfjelsted at gmail.com
Fri Oct 12 15:13:41 CEST 2012
I am very interested in upgrading.
I use the VoiceOver native Mac screenreader with the current version of teashop very successfully.
Are all previous frameworks used for user interface i.e., coco accessibility standards.
On Oct 11, 2012, at 11:12 PM, Richard Koch <koch at math.uoregon.edu> wrote:
> I hoped to get TeXShop 3.12 out by now. There will be a delay of
> approximately one week, but in case you have run into bugs
> that are fixed, or would like to experiment, I'm making a preliminary
> version available at
> WAITING TO BE FIXED:
> 1) The preference to change source text color is
> only available in the English localization.
> 2) The new sharing tools only work in Icon mode, not in
> "Text Only" mode. Most people use Icon mode. The icons
> for these tools need work.
> NEW FEATURES:
> These are described in the "What Is New" section in English
> help. A summary:
> 1) On Mountain Lion when TeXShop is used in external editor mode,
> or when a pdf, jpg, png, or eps file is opened, an extra blank source
> window appeared. This is fixed.
> 2) On Lion and Mountain Lion, the graphical selection tool for the
> Preview window left garbage on the screen. This is fixed.
> 3) There were encoding problems; in particular the encoding popup
> on the open and save dialogs failed. This is fixed.
> 4) On Mountain Lion, sharing is activated. It is possible to share
> a source selection, or pdf clipping, or the entire source file or the
> entire pdf output file. Sharing can be to Mail, Messages, Air Drop,
> Facebook, Twitter, Flickr, or other venues. See English Help for
> 5) Upgraded latexmk; new sepdflatexmk engine
> 6) There is a setting in the Preferences dialog to set the color of the
> source text; for some time it has been possible to set the color of the
> source background
> 7) High resolution icons, changed because I don't have the source
> for Jerome Lauren' original icons. I still prefer Jerome's icons.
> Dick Koch
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