[OS X TeX] Macro sheets in TeXShop?
schremmer.alain at gmail.com
Thu Mar 6 15:50:31 CET 2014
On Mar 5, 2014, at 11:57 PM, Richard Koch wrote:
> Actually, and sort of to my surprise, this feature is essentially
> already in TeXShop. To see
> that, look at
> and notice that there are TWO macros files there:
> Moreover, when ConTeXt is chosen as typesetting engine in the
> pulldown toolbar menu,
> the ConTeXt macros appear and the Macro editor is able to edit those
> This feature of TeXShop was added during a TUG conference several
> years ago because
> Hans Hagen was giving a workshop on ConTeXt and wanted Macros
> specifically designed
> for ConTeXt. It hasn't received any work since then.
> If you had a macros file in ~/Library/TeXShop/Macros for xetex, I
> don't know if that
> file would be used if xetex were chosen.
> But it should be an easy matter to add code that would name a macros
> file and
> selected that whenever the top document had
> % !TEX macros = special-macros
> near the top. I'll see what I can do.
I truly was not expecting this and am a bit overwhelmed. I mean, I
have been picking from my ever expanding list of macros for many
years and lived to tell the tale. It's just that I suddenly thought
"Wouldn't it be nice if ...." and indeed "was wondering" and fired the
post while taking a break from the Magnum Opus. Even if, somehow, it
doesn't work, thanks very much for considering the matter.
Somewhat embarrassed regards
P.S. I just checked ~/Library/TeXShop/Macros and indeed found:
Macros_Context.plist Jul 3, 2011, 12:18 PM
Macros_Latex.plist Yesterday, 11.11 AM
as well as
Macros_Latex~.plist Yesterday, 11.10 AM
(No idea how this last came to be.)
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