[OS X TeX] Beginner help with TeXshop/MacTex needed
will.adams at frycomm.com
Fri Aug 25 13:35:45 CEST 2006
On Aug 25, 2006, at 5:01 AM, Rowland McDonnell wrote:
> Firstly, how do I tell TeX where to look for TeX input files? I
> need to
> be able to add a directory tree to the list - I need to have system-
> TeX inputs available, not just on a user by user basis.
Read README.howtexfindsfiles.txt available in:
/local/teTeX/share/texmf.gwtex (there's a link to teTeX in /Library)
> (I need to add some PS T1 founts with their support files at some
> too - any hints?)
Get Philipp Lehman's nifty Type 1 Font Installation Guide:
Works just like Unix, or you could use XeTeX which has become
> Secondly, I don't suppose if anyone knows if there's anything like a
> manual for TeXShop? Preferably something that I can print on paper
> read in the traditional way?
There've been a number of articles in TUGboat on it.
Creating a .pdf of the on-line Apple Help would be kinda nice though.
senior graphic designer
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