[OS X TeX] Re: ScriptEditor has taken over .tex!

Michael Kubovy kubovy at virginia.edu
Thu Sep 1 04:03:37 CEST 2005

> From: "Michael S. Hanson" <mshanson at wesleyan.edu>
> Date: Tue, 30 Aug 2005 15:52:49 -0400
>      I believe a related topic was discussed previously on this list,
> but I wasn't able to track down the resolution (probably a wrong
> search term on my part).  I recently upgraded to 10.4 and have
> discovered that all my .tex files are now claimed by ScriptEditor.
> If, in the file Info window, I try to change that to "TeXShop
> (version 2.0)" with the "Open with" option and click the "Change
> All..." button, the change simply does not stick.  Worse, that action
> appears to reset some other .tex files I'd changed by hand back to
> ScriptEditor!  Thus, it appears that I have to change each
> individually -- and *not* click "Change All..." -- to get the
> settings to stick.  Any suggestions other than hunting down and
> changing all 400+ .tex files on my Mac by hand?  Any way to prevent
> this from re-occurring?  Thanks in advance.

The same has happened to me. I spent an hour over the phone with  
Apple, and they sent me an application to capture what was going on  
with my machine. But I haven't heard back from them.
Professor Michael Kubovy
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