[OS X TeX] Re: MacOSX-TeX Digest, Vol 63, Issue 11 hidden files
Leslie Morland (MTH)
L.Morland at uea.ac.uk
Sat Jan 19 13:14:40 CET 2013
Thanks Pete and Herb,
I have latest 2012, which is fine. Waiting for Apple to clean up my hard disk after replacement.
Find some of my files on back-up, largely my latex documents and lucida fonts, are refusing me permission
to read, so Apple needs to sort out permissions. Got messed up when they created another user as an
intermediary which allowed most files to be recovered.
How do I find all the TeXShop .sty, .cls, .bst etc files. They are all installed since latex works fine. The
terminal advice for unhiding allowed me to see my Library and create a texmf tree, but I cannot see basic files
in TeXShop directory in my Library, nor TeX in Finder or Finder Library. I need a TeXShop "map" if it exists
for the public. Just interested; does not stop me using TeXShop.
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> Thanks Pete.
> Years ago I was a terminal unix user! Need to read the books again,
> have got lazy with the nice Mac interface. Did not use migration assistant,
> just dragged files from back-up disk, and copied from laptop.
> This is a great forum.
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