[OS X TeX] Newcomer's questions

Bruno Voisin Bruno.Voisin at hmg.inpg.fr
Tue Aug 20 14:38:02 CEST 2002

Le mardi 20 août 2002, à 02:26 , Themis Matsoukas a écrit :

> [snip]
> 3. There is no keyboard shortcut analogous to command-1 (or 2 or 3) to 
> quickly jump between source and typeset (here, pdf) window.

There is: Ctrl-1. I'm not sure it's in the documentation, but it was 
mentioned by Rich Koch in this list (or was it in a direct answer to me) 
quite some time ago.

> [snip]
> I have lost some productivity because of the things I used to be able 
> to do in Textures and can't do now. However, I lost more productivity 
> by switching between OS X and classic to run textures that I have 
> decided to stick with an all-OS X environment. I find the one-step 
> generation of pdf output a further enhancement of productivity (I run 
> almost exclusively pdflatex). Thanks to the experts in this list, I was 
> also able to convert my MathTimes fonts from Textures to work with 
> tetex which made my OS X setup closer to what I was used to.

OS X Textures is announced for about the end of this year (see 

Bruno Voisin

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