[OS X TeX] OT: But what suggestions do TeXShop users have for collaborative writing

Alex Scorpan scorpan at gmail.com
Wed Jun 14 07:48:00 CEST 2006

> Another possibility, if you have Acrobat Pro --- not expensive
> at academic pricing --- is to add text-annotations, or coloured
> lines/circles/ovals, or hand/mouse-drawn lines.
> This is what I do with students' work, while they are learning
> (La)TeX.
> Such annotations can be done in pdf-LaTeX, but they aren't so
> convenient to create and position, especially for something
> that is really just a 1-off. The point-&-click GUI of Acrobat
> is thus more appropriate for this kind of thing.

Note that some simple annotations can also be made in Apple's Preview.

-- Alex
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