[OS X TeX] Macro Editor Bug in TeXShop

Simon Lisney simon at lisney.co.uk
Sat Aug 26 13:01:03 CEST 2006

Perhaps it is possible to use the Prefs > Keyboard & Mouse > Keyboard  
Shortcuts > Application [specific] Keyboard Shortcuts, to re-assign  
the 'zoom out' function to another unused key,specifically for  
TexShop, and leave the Command + for your shortcut?

On 26 Aug 2006, at 12:40, Peter Pagin wrote:

> Hi,
> I have had a similar experience, previously using the shortcut  
> command+- to produce the backslash. That started to give the error  
> signal. I discovered that the recent version of TexShop uses command 
> +- for zoom-out under Preview / magnification. The shortcut was  
> simply taken. I then tried to remove the zoom-out key-binding by  
> editing the KeyEquivalents.plist according to the help-texts  
> instructions, but I was not able to make it work.
> Peter
> delanoy at math.univ-lyon1.fr wrote:
>>           Hello all,
>>  when I started to use TeXShop I created a macro whose
>> shortcut was Command+', that wrote the string
>> "{\bf Proof:}  \hfill {Q. E. D.}\newline". I have used that  
>> shortcut for
>> years
>> without a problem. And now, all of a sudden, it doesn't work
>> any more (it produces no output and no reaction in the menu or
>> elsewhere generally).
>>  What is especially surprising is that all the other shortcuts
>> from the Macro Editor still work ( On my French iBook keyboard
>> I use the second row of keys to make my macro shortcuts; thus
>> I have shortcuts of the form Command+&, Command+é, etc ).
>>  I did not install a newer version of TexShop recently,
>> and the key ' alone works as usual. Any ideas ?
>>            Thanks in advance.
>>                                        Ewan

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