[texworks] Mac OS X: request for testing

Otared Kavian otared at gmail.com
Mon Mar 7 05:43:38 CET 2016

Hi Stefan,

The answers are:

4) I tested several PDF files with embedded images: they all show correctly.
However TeXWorks cannot open corectly .jpg, .png, or .gif files (for the latter, I think this is the correct behaviour but I tested it out of curiosity)

5) The encoding button on the bottom right corner of the source windowd does show all the available encodings you mentioned (however there is only one Mac encoding, « Mac Central European Roman »).

Best regards: OK

> On 07 Mar 2016, at 05:05, Stefan Löffler <st.loeffler at gmail.com> wrote:
> Dear Mac OS X Tw users,
> two more things I forgot to mention that should be checked:
> 4) Do images (e.g., jpegs) embedded in pdfs display correctly? Random
> example file: http://arxiv.org/pdf/1405.7247 pages 3 & 5
> 5) Is there a long list of text codecs? To check, open a TeX window and
> click on the encoding box in the status bar (by default, it probably
> shows UTF-8). The list should include UTF-8/16/32 variants, a lot of
> ISO-8859 encodings, a lot of "windows" encodings, "macintosh",
> "Shift_JIS", "KOI8", "Big5", "EUC-JP", and a couple of others.
> These two points are to check that there are no support files for image
> formats and text codecs missing from the TeXworks.app bundle.
> Thanks in advance,
> Stefan

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