[texworks] Mac OS X: request for testing
otared at gmail.com
Sat Mar 5 06:25:50 CET 2016
I just tested your new version of TeXWorks (Version 0.5 (travis-ci) [r.680f88c, 05/03/16 04:20]).
Now the Quit TeXWorks items is present in all situations and works as expected.
For your information, when opening a file (created by TeXWorks) one gets the message:
Script "Babel language": ReferenceError: Can't find variable: target
But I don’t know what are the consequences nor the reasons for such a message.
However still one cannot print a PDF file, nor the source file, with TeXWorks.
Best regards: OK
> On 05 Mar 2016, at 04:25, Stefan Löffler <st.loeffler at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 04.03.2016 11:19, Otared Kavian wrote:
>> When a file is open in TeXWorks, the Quit item, as well as Command-Q, are present in the menu. When no file is open, with the new version the item Quit, as well as Command-Q, are dimmed and inaccessible.
>> It is always possible to Quit TeXWorks from the Dock, by Ctrl-clicking and the choosing Quit.
> OK, I added the "Quit TeXworks" item (and connected it to the "quit()"
> function) explicitly now. Please try with the new build for revision
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