[OS X TeX] TeXShop with two screens
scot.mcphee at gmail.com
Thu Oct 24 03:03:29 CEST 2013
It's also possible due to the way that Mavericks has changed the way it
handles multiple screens and "spaces". I've not tried TeXShop yet (and I'm
away from the Mac I upgraded), but the very first thing I noticed was the
different way that Mavericks handled the screens.
Previously if I had a second monitor attached to the MacBookPro, both
screens always changed when I switched Spaces. It was like each Space each
had two monitors attached to it (the laptop and the big screen).
But now, each screen has its own space, independently switchable. It took
me a minute to suss this out. Mavericks gave my laptop screen (for the
purposes of a two monitor desktop, the secondary screen) only one space by
default, and put the default four spaces only on the big monitor.
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On 24 October 2013 02:22, Richard Koch <koch at math.uoregon.edu> wrote:
> I suspect that a new feature of TeXShop is “interferring” with your two
> screen choices, and
> by a little experimenting you can solve the problem.
> A couple of versions back I tried to help people with portables attaches
> to large screens
> by providing TWO settings of the default size and location of the pdf and
> source windows:
> the regular one when using the large screen, and the second one when
> traveling with only
> a small screen.
> This code uses the first setting if the main screen is large enough to
> contain the windows,
> and otherwise uses the second setting. Both settings are set via menu
> Set Source Position
> Set Source Position for Portable
> If you have two big screens, but don’t travel, trying making both
> selections the same value,
> so the code doesn’t get confused.
> No guarantees. Please write if this fails and then I’ll look into it in
> Dick Koch
> On Oct 23, 2013, at 8:26 AM, Jean-Claude DE SOZA <
> jeanclaudedesoza at orange.fr> wrote:
> > Folks,
> > I have just installed OS X Mavericks and updated TeXShop to 3.25.
> > I have two displays: one for the source and one for the pdf. With OS X
> 10.8. I had no problem getting TeXShop to remember the position of the
> source or the pdf.
> > It seems that TeXShop can’t no more remember those positions with
> > Have you experienced the same trouble?
> > Jean-Claude DE SOZA
> > jeanclaudedesoza at orange.fr
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