[OS X TeX] Just went to Leopard and ...

Herbert Schulz herbs at wideopenwest.com
Tue Nov 6 02:01:05 CET 2007


Just put Leopard on my nice shiny new Macbook Pro. After doing a  
bootable backup (using SuperDuper under Tiger --- not yet completely  
working for Leopard) I Formatted the drive and did a clean install and  
then a Migration from that bootable backup of Users, Applications and  
files, folders and configuration. for the most part all went well (had  
to delete ~/Library/Preferences/com.apple.security.plist to get  
Keychain to work --- do that BEFORE you agree to install a new  
default, etc.) and My TeX distribution was in tact! :-)

Now for some problems:

While TeXShop seems to work fine a Macro (Applescript Direct) I used  
to remove all extra extensions (it had an easily extensible list and  
included lots of things that I have to test that produce various  
extensions) only can find a sub-set of those extensions to delete. I'm  
left with lots that still need deleting. This worked great under Tiger.

The BibDesk Input Manager that worked great for citations doesn't see  
to be working put managers were moved to ImpuManager-Tiger. Do all of  
those have to be re-written for Leopard? How do I tell the System it  
should use them again?

Good Luck,

Herb Schulz
(herbs at wideopenwest.com)

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