[OS X TeX] Cmd < and Cmd >

Bruno Voisin bvoisin at mac.com
Thu May 26 14:36:44 CEST 2005

Le 26 mai 05 à 14:27, Bruno Voisin a écrit :

> - However, on the French and German keyboards, and probably on  
> other keyboards as well, the same key yields Cmd-< and Cmd->,  
> respectively, which are already taken by TeXShop for changing the  
> magnification of the preview window. Hence the problem.

Sorry, I wrote too rapidly: Cmd-< and Cmd-> are used by TeXShop to  
indent and unindent lines in the editor window, of course. The  
problem arises now because, I think, before Tiger the corresponding  
shortcuts were Cmd-[ and Cmd-], but they have been changed because  
Cmd-[ and Cmd-] are now used for navigating backwards and forwards in  
the preview window. This is in line with Preview, but different from  
Safari, which uses Cmd-( and Cmd-). What a mess, even among OS X  

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