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

Gary L. Gray gray at engr.psu.edu
Tue Nov 6 05:34:04 CET 2007

On Nov 5, 2007, at 11:26 PM, Adam R. Maxwell wrote:

> On Nov 5, 2007, at 7:57 PM, Herbert Schulz wrote:
>> On Nov 5, 2007, at 9:01 PM, Christopher Menzel wrote:
>>>> Sigh... I see there are several thing I'm not going to like about  
>>>> Leopard :-(!
>>> Ah, but soooo many things you *are* going to like! ;-)
>> But the pains may start to outweigh the good stuff.
>> I'm not having a display problem but printing a pdf file of more  
>> than a very few pages crashes both TeXShop and Preview.
> I hope you filed bug reports with Apple on that!
>> I've lost that wonderful BibDesk Input Manager.
> Google will help you get it back again, even though I wont :).  I'd  
> much prefer that TeX-specific applications adopt our code; it's just  
> a few methods for an NSTextView subclass.

Yes, the word has been spreading that input managers can be made to  
work under Leopard. See:


As for the other stuff with which Herb is having trouble, neither I  
nor a colleague are seeing any of those issues here (we have been  
running Leopard with TeXShop and the MacTeX distribution since day  
one); one student I know is having trouble with AppleScript Macros in  
TeXShop, so an email to Dick Koch may be in order on that one. There  
error messages he is getting make it look like TeXShop's communication  
with AppleScript is broken, though I am no expert.

I must confess that I don't understand the problem where deleted PDF  
files reappear. Sounds like an October 31 issue to me. :-)

-- Gary

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