[OS X TeX] Icons for .tex files became generic doc type
murrayeisenberg at gmail.com
Sun Sep 7 21:47:10 CEST 2014
Herbert Schulz wrote
>> On Sep 7, 2014, at 2:13 PM, Murray Eisenberg <
> > wrote:
>> I rebuilt Launch Services using Onyx. And did light cleaning for user,
>> users, and system using Mavericks Cache Cleaner. Still same problem.
>> A clue: when in Terminal I run mils on any .tex file, among other things,
>> kMDItemContentType = "com.barebones.bbedit.tex-source"
>> kMDItemContentTypeTree = (
>> kMDItemFSTypeCode = "TEXT"
>> kMDItemKind = "TeX source file"
>> This is the case even though I used Get Info not only to open the .tex
>> with TeXShop.app, but to do a Change All for "all documents like this
> If you double-click a .tex file does open in TeXShop? If so I wonder how
> the OS is keeping track of that.
Double-clicking a .tex file _does_ open it in TeXShop. Which is what's so
peculiar, given the report from mils!
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