[OS X TeX] More problems with TexShop in Mavericks
gsearby at free.fr
gsearby at free.fr
Wed Apr 23 16:58:19 CEST 2014
Le 23 avr. 2014 à 16:17, Richard Koch <koch at math.uoregon.edu> a écrit :
> On Apr 23, 2014, at 5:29 AM, <gsearby at free.fr> <gsearby at free.fr> wrote:
> The first problem occurs during typesetting and I doubt that TeXShop is involved.
> Herb will probably diagnose the problem if you work with him.
Herb has contacted me off-list. I have sent him a minimal example.
I do know that TS is only a front-end.
>> 2) Spellcheck - In the sources I use
>> % !TEX spellcheck = English (United Kingdom) [ize-w_accents]
> Reinstall CocoASpell. However, this could be my fault. If you select
> "Show Spelling and Grammar" in the TeXShop Edit Window, a small
> dialog box appears. At the bottom of this dialog, you can choose
> the dictionary that you want to use, In particular, you can switch from
> an Apple dictionary to a CocoASpell dictionary, Previously TeXShop
> did not remember this choice once you quit, but now it does. So
> tthat's an improvement.
Ah ha, I had tried this, but did not quit. If I quit before leaving the source window TS DOES remember it, and keeps the choice when going back & forth from source to preview.
Thanks for all your help, no hurry to get things fixed for me. I can live with work-arounds
I have been a silent listener to this list for more than a decade and I am still amazed by all work and help you and others do.
> I had forgotten the "% ! TEX spellcheck ..." command and didn't check
> that it still works. I won't have time to do that today, but will return to
> TeXShop in a couple of days and look into that,
> Dick Koch
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