[OS X TeX] Wish for TeXShop : attach custom icon to a given file
schremmer.alain at gmail.com
Mon Feb 24 03:58:55 CET 2014
Every once in a while, but fairly regularly, there is a thread about
some new desired feature. I even used to keep track of these requests.
Eventually, it seemed that most of them would be incorporated, if
rather inconspicuously. Koch mentioned at least once that he liked
reading about these requests.
So, maybe, indeed, "we are getting too picky", but the devil is in the
details, not to dwell on the fact that, the way the requests were made
didn't seem offending in the least. (Disclosure: I made one and that
was not the first one ever.) I don't think that anyone suggested that
TeXShop is anything less than a "wonderful platform".
On Feb 23, 2014, at 5:41 PM, juan tolosa wrote:
> At the risk of stating the obvious: I think we are getting to picky,
> mentioning small details, obscuring the global picture: TeXShop is a
> wonderful platform, incredibly powerful and elegant, and quite user-
> friendly. Least we forget to do this, I want to send a huge “thank
> you” message to those who have created, and maintain, this platform,
> as well as provide friendly, everyday, valuable support with all our
> technical questions.
> Juan Tolosa
> On Feb 23, 2014, at 1:49 PM, Chris Goedde wrote:
>> On Feb 23, 2014, at 12:34 PM, Iraj Kalantari <I-Kalantari at wiu.edu>
>>> As an option, can TexShop when typesetting *myfile.tex*, use the
>>> name *zzmyfile.aux* instead of *myflie.aux*? (And similarly.)
>>> Reason: One might typeset *myfile.tex* and then change a few
>>> things, use a related new name, and run *myfile2.tex*. It would
>>> be nice if all auxiliary files of all versions could go to the
>>> bottom of the alphabetical list of the files in the working folder.
>> There’s no reason TeXShop couldn’t be rewritten to do the kind of
>> manipulations you want before/after feeding things to TeX proper,
>> but this is probably not worth it.
>> Assuming you’re using the Finder to view your files (and not a
>> window in Terminal.app), I suggest you experiment with “View-
>> >Arrange By->Kind” in the Finder menu or (by holding down the
>> option key) “View->Sort By->Kind” in the Finder menu and see if
>> those don’t do what you want to do.
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