[OS X TeX] Voting on feature requests

S P Suresh spsuresh at cmi.ac.in
Tue Feb 12 01:56:13 CET 2008


Apropos of the second comment here, I would like to add a request:  
allow an option to turn off soft wrap and set a text width (a la vi).  
I don't know how many here would want this, but I would find it very  
useful as I collaborate with people who use vi, and without hard  
wraps, it looks awful in vi. (You also get unintuitive results like  
going to the end of the paragraph when you want to go to the next line.)


On 12-Feb-08, at 3:10 AM, Chris Goedde wrote:

> On Feb 11, 2008, at 3:11 PM, Alain Schremmer wrote:
> Just a couple of comments.
>> F—A Typeset button that does NOT save at the same time
> I don't see how this would ever work, since TeXShop calls tex/latex/ 
> pdf..tex to do the dirty work, and these command-line programs  
> require files be written out to disk. So if you want the current  
> changes in the editor window to be tex'd, they have to be written  
> out to disk somewhere, hence the save-before-texing behavior. One  
> could imagine trying to fake this by writing the file to a tmp  
> directory, but this won't work except in the simplest cases.
>> G—Let the bottom of the source window be standard, with a  
>> horizontal scroll bar
> I don't know what this means. For example, neither Mail.app nor  
> TextEdit.app have horizontal scroll bars, so it seems to me that  
> TeXShop's source window is perfectly standard in this regard. Do you  
> mean that the editor should allow soft wrapping to be turned off?
> Chris
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