[OS X TeX] List of feature requests on this list
schremmer.alain at gmail.com
Mon Apr 7 15:12:35 CEST 2014
On Apr 6, 2014, at 4:49 PM, Herbert Schulz wrote:
> On Feb 23, 2014, at 9:07 PM, Alain Schremmer <schremmer.alain at gmail.com
> > wrote:
>> On Feb 23, 2014, at 9:58 PM, Alain Schremmer wrote Re: [OS X TeX]
>> Wish for TeXShop : attach custom icon to a given file:
>>> I even used to keep track of these requests. Eventually, it seemed
>>> that most of them would be incorporated, if rather inconspicuously.
>> May 11, 2009 4:08:00 PM EDT, Alain Schremmer wrote:
>> Here it is:
>> In order to facilitate later archive searches, features being
>> suggested/requested on this list should probably be suggested/
>> requested and discussed IN SEPARATE THREADS, UNDER THEIR OWN NAME,
>> rather than in this thread. Note that this List of feature requests
>> on this list does refer to such posts for details.
>> Suggesting a TeXShop feature on this list is absolutely not an
>> alternative to making a request at http://sourceforge.net/tracker/?group_id=155796&atid=797241
>> This "wish list" is a compilation of TeXShop features being
>> suggested/requested on this list. Omissions result from my
>> negligence rather than from my malevolence. (This thread started as
>> a way to gauge the importance accorded to features suggested/
>> requested on this list but, while "voting" didn't seem to generate
>> much interest, "keeping track" seems to have.)
>> Newly Granted Wish(es)"".
>> New Wish(es):
>> Features requests that are indented were granted and remain here
>> only for the record.
>> Hopeful regards
> A few comments about some of the items in the wish list:
>> F1—A SECOND Typeset button, one that does NOT save at the same time
>> F2—A preference option to control whether Typeset saves or not -
>> and link that to the keyboard typeset command.
>> F3—Have a Command-click/Option-click/Control-click choice that runs
>> the file but doesn't save it. (See Litchfield, March 3, 2009
>> 4:14:29 PM EST)
> I guess I don't understand the need for this? Especially under Lion
> and later there is automatic saving of the document and you can get
> back a previous version easily.
>> K2—Indenting of the nested environments (Loukanova March 26, 2008
>> 2:49:30 PM EDT)
> I'm not sure I understand this. TeXShop will maintain indentation
> after a return; it doesn't maintain indentation upon soft wrap.
> Also, in more recent versions of TeXShop (3.??) Command Completion
> will retain indentation and there is even an indented version of the
> completion file.
>> L—Emacs <-> TeXShop. (Loukanova, March 24, 2008 5:51:47 PM EDT + 25
>> Mar 2008 07:47:57 +0100 (CET)
> I've tried to search for this 2008 thread. You can set many emacs
> style key combinations and commands by using the KeyBindings method
> and they will work in all apps that use Apple's Text Framework.
> Download KeyBindings.zip from <https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/10932738/index.html
> > for more information.
>> M1—An option to color $ ... $ strings a solid color.
>> M2—An option to color \( ... \) strings a solid color. (Andretta
>> March 31, 2008 9:57:31 AM EDT)
> I guess I'd find this very distracting.
>> S1—Ability to take "snapshots" à la Skim. (Goldstein July 7, 2008
>> 1:49:49 PM EDT)
> I don't know what this is?
>> S2—A "spyglass" floating window that is the target of cross-
>> reference hyperlinks in the main PDF viewing window. (Moore July 7,
>> 2008 5:52:36 PM EDT)
> No ``spyglass'' but you can click on a cross-reference link (if you
> used the hyperref package) to go to the source of the link and then
> use the back button on the Preview Window Toolbar to go back to link
>> T—"An extensible tag list would be a nice addition". (Schulz March
>> 2, 2009 9:24:07 AM EST)
> Again, I'm not clear on what is wanted. You can already create
> personal tags that automatically get added to the Tag popup menu in
> the Source Window Toolbar. Simply use
> %:my tag
> at the start of a line to add `my tag' (without quotes) to the Tag
(1) The frequency of wishes on the list seemed to have abated and many
were being fulfilled so I eventually felt there wasn't much more of a
point to keep track of them.
(2) I re-posted the above (from May 11, 2009) only to point out that,
traditionally, on this list, wishes were not considered as putdowns.
(2) I gave the original mails to facilitate re-searches.
(3) As for those that were *my* wishes, F1 and F2, The point was that
since I work on one chapter at a time and my Mac is old and slow (like
myself), waiting for it to be LatexMarked Typeset was a bit lengthy,
even for me. So, I Save the chapters and LatexMarked Typeset the whole
book only once in a (long) while. Now I use Command-Shift-L which does
exactly what I wanted: Save and update the Preview but nothing else.
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