[OS X TeX] Getting TeXshop to show full pathname in title bar?
j.hegewald at tu-bs.de
Thu Aug 11 09:23:32 CEST 2005
Am 10.08.2005 um 23:52 schrieb Timothy Van Zandt:
> Jan Hegewald wrote:
>> Am 10.08.2005 um 00:40 schrieb Timothy Van Zandt:
>>> Jan Hegewald wrote:
>>> Since this problem had a OS-X generic solution, let me pose
>>> another editing question that is not really about TeXshop but
>>> rather OS X. When I am searching through a document using the
>>> find panel: because that panel is active, the window of the
>>> document through which I am searching is not active and the
>>> highlight color of text that is found is a dull gray, which
>>> often I have trouble seeing. I don't see any way to change this
>>> color or this behavior. Is there a way?
>> I seldom do a search with the find panel open. Usually I enter
>> the search text with cmd-e or I close the find panel after
>> entering the search text. Now one can use cmd-g and or cmd-shift-
>> g to search forwards and backwards. This way there is no
>> disturbing panel around. These are standard keyboard shortcuts
>> and should work in every editor.
> Often I'm trying selectively replace something, so this would only
> work if there were a keyboard shortcut for "replace". That would be
> great, not just for the visual problem I posed. I haven't seen such
> a shortcut nor do I see how to program such thing. Anyone else?
You can copy the replace text to the clipboard and paste it over the
selected text you find with cmd-g. This is what I usually do if I do
not want to replace all.
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