[OS X TeX] TeXShop features I would like to correct (or have corrected)

Frank STENGEL fstengel at mac.com
Thu Nov 8 08:36:11 CET 2007

Le 7 nov. 07 à 23:50, Josep M. Font a écrit :

> I thought this was what the "abort" button in TeXShop's console  
> window did. If not, what does it do ?

Not exactly: "abort" litterally aborts the job (i.e. kills it) whereas  
x stops the job after all the necessary cleanup (flushing buffers,  
closing open files etc.). There is no check wether the job was  
properly stopped or no when one uses cmd-T to start a new one.  
Basically, correct me if I am wrong, if there is a job running it is  
aborted and a new one started.

Frank STENGEL (fstengel<at>mac.com)

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