[OS X TeX] TeXShop 2.20

Peter Pagin peter.pagin at philosophy.su.se
Tue Feb 3 20:50:11 CET 2009

3 feb 2009 kl. 20.03 skrev Paulo Ferreira:

> On 2009/01/30, at 15:28, Peter Pagin wrote:
>> The second is a feature request. It would sometimes be good to be  
>> able to display invisible characters, e.g. when a control character  
>> has sneaked in because of pasting from another application and  
>> causes an encoding error.
> How to clean easily lots of text:
> Run, dont walk and get  Textwrangler  (It is free).
> http://www.barebones.com/products/textwrangler/
> Paste the text first in Textwrangler and then  from the "Text" menu   
> do "Zap Gremlins".
> After that, paste the text into TexShop.

Thanks Paulo,
I have in fact used Textwrangler for this before. I have also used  
Word Services from Devon (I believe it was) to clean a text passage. I  
still think it would be convenient to be able to see directly in  
TexShop what is added and where.


>> Anyway, thanks again for a great application.
>> Best,
>> Peter
> Any many, many, MANY  THANKS for TexShop.
> Paulo Ferreira
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Peter Pagin
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