[OS X TeX] Odd behaviours with new TeXShop
alan at alphabyte.co.nz
Sat Nov 1 19:24:28 CET 2014
Also, I thought I might try deleting the TeXShop plist and now the
Cmd-grave sort of works. It will switch between screens until it gets to
the pdf preview, then stops.
Might be easier to uninstall and reinstall TeXShop.
Looking forward to the new version.
On 2/11/14 3:43 am, Richard Koch wrote:
>> On Oct 31, 2014, at 10:46 PM, Michael Sharpe <msharpe at ucsd.edu> wrote:
>>> On Oct 31, 2014, at 9:50 PM, Alan Litchfield <alan at alphabyte.co.nz> wrote:
>>> I am getting a couple of odd behaviours with the new TeXShop 3.44. It may just be me but anyway...
>>> 1. Cmd-grave does not switch windows.
>>> 2. Clicking on the Trash Aux Files does not delete the files. I have to delete them manually.
>>> The latter does not delete even when the application is quit and restarted.
>>> Is there some setting I need to change or there a bug?
>> I can confirm 2. with Yosemite and TeXShop 3.44. Trash Aux Files does not work from either the Console or the File menu. As a workaround, you can use the AppleScript macro "Delete All Aux", available from
>> as DeleteAux.plist.zip
>> Cmd-grave works for me with Yosemite, but it's an Apple shortcut for "Activate the next open window in the frontmost application" rather than a TeXShop shortcut, so most likely not a TeXShop bug.
> Thanks, Michael, for removing 1) from my plate.
> Problem 2) is my fault and is fixed in my source. I expect to release 3.45 early next week.
> For a more amusing problem, try Editing the Macros. The resulting window’s left
> column has symbols but no text. You can still edit, because clicking in “empty space”
> selects the macro to be edited.
> This final problem was caused because I compiled 3.44 on Yosemite. When I compile
> exactly the same code on Mavericks, the problem goes away on both Mavericks
> and Yosemite.
> Dick Koch
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