[OS X TeX] TeXShop 1.35 - localized shortcuts

Steffen Wolfrum macosx-tex at st.estfiles.de
Wed Sep 1 14:43:52 CEST 2004


it seems that there is problem with localized versions.
I'm running a german TeXShop and found no way to press the right keys for commenting lines.

The menu tells me: "Format" -> "Kommentar Apple-]"
This works on a US keyboard. But on my german keyboard I couldn't find any keys that fit.

Is this an already know topic? Does anybody knows what to do?

Thanks nevertheless very much to Dick (et al.) for another brilliant TeXShop!


P.S. Thank you for supporting pdfsync for ConTeXt!

Richard Koch <koch at math.uoregon.edu> wrote:

> Folks,
> Version 1.35b is now on the website, www.uoregon.edu/~koch/texshop. 
> Earlier,
> version 1.35a fixed synchronization and problems for users in Japan. In 
> version 1.35b
> 	1) Command Completion is fixed
> 	2) User defined typesetting engines get the source filename WITH 
> extension
> 	3) Scroll bars on the new help system work better
> I'd like to explain 1) in a little detail. In previous versions, the 
> file
> CommandCompletion.txt in ~/Library/TeXShop/CommandCompletion was
> loaded and saved with the user's default encoding. If the user created 
> this
> file in  Iso Latin 1, and then later switched to UTF-8 Unicode,
> TeXShop would try to read the file with Unicode encoding, find that it 
> was not
> a legal Unicode file, and give up. After that, command completion 
> wouldn't work.
> The command completion file is only used by the TeXShop editor; all 
> Cocoa
> editors use Unicode internally. So it really didn't make sense to save 
> this
> file with another encoding.
> In 1.35b, the Command Completion file is always loaded and saved
> with UTF-8 Unicode encoding. However, your current command completion 
> file
> is probably not Unicode. So if TeXShop 1.35 finds that the file is not 
> a legal
> unicode file, it will try again using your default encoding.
> I recommend that you find the menu command
> Format - Completion - Open Completion File
> and open your current file. Add this line to the top:
> %&encoding=UTF-8 Unicode
> and save. The file will now be in Unicode format. Moreover, if you open 
> it
> later to add words and save, the file will be saved in Unicode format.
> If you have never used Command Completion, I recommend that you throw
> the folder ~/Library/TeXShop/CommandCompletion in the trash. The next
> time TeXShop starts, it will create a Unicode version of the file with 
> the correct first line.
> Sorry for all this.
> Dick
> koch at math.uoregon.edu
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