[OS X TeX] TeXShop Macros, Pseudo-Outliner

Herb Schulz herbs at wideopenwest.com
Sun Feb 13 22:32:16 CET 2005

On 2/13/05 2:40 PM, "Alexandre Enkerli" <aenkerli at indiana.edu> wrote:

> Hadn't really used TeXShop macros yet as many of them don't apply to
> the documents I tend to write and OmniOutliner is my main editor.
> Didn't realize creating macros was *that* useful. And simple! Thanks to
> those who answered on the boldface shortcut.
> Creating new macros also saves some of the trouble while creating lists.
> One thing that would just be awesome is if macros or other
> keyboard-accessible commands were able to do some limited outlining
> stuff like moving portions of the source around (up/down, left/right)
> based on hierarchical level (with tabs). No need for
> collapsing/expanding levels or anything that completely changes the
> interface (though those would be really neat). Just some ways to select
> a list and its sublists. And a way to move stuff up and down. Of
> course, "shift right" and "shift left" already work, though with
> awkward default shortcuts which conflict with WordService.
> Yeah, this might be a bit crazy for TeXShop but it'd be sooo cool! ;-)
> Creating LaTeX sources in OmniOutliner is quite fun but TeXShop
> obviously has advantages for TeX editing... ;-)
> Alex


Well, some of that can be done manually. Select the lines of text you want
to move and use Cmd-[ (Format->Indent) and Cmd-{ (Format-Unindent) to jog
those lines right or left respectively.

Good Luck,

Herb Schulz
(herbs at wideopenwest.com)

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