[OS X TeX] Poll: is TeXniscope still useful to you? why?
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Tue Mar 3 12:37:30 CET 2009
I think it is as you write: most users (at least all I know which of
course is just a tiny fraction) have switched to Skim.
Thanks for a great program, though.
On 28.02.2009, at 10:47, Massimiliano Gubinelli wrote:
> Hi all,
> since some time I've discontinued the development of TeXniscope.app
> (a simple DVI/PDF viewer). Mayor reason is that the move to TeXLive as
> "official" Mac TeX distribution have broken the embedded instance of
> Other reason is that I've stopped to fight TeX user-unfriendlyness and
> started to hack TeXmacs (www.texmacs.org) to run natively on MacOSX.
> However from time to time I continue to receive mails from users which
> ask me to fix TeXniscope.
> Since my time is limited I would like to know if the effort will be of
> some value for a reasonable number of people, otherwise I will
> discontinue to support TeXniscope (as far as I understand it is now
> obsoleted by Skim, but I do not use it so I cannot judge). So I
> would like
> to know how many of you still use TeXniscope (or would like to do
> so) on
> 10.5 and why (so that I can concentrate my efforts on the features
> that make it preferable to other viewers).
> Of course if somebody want to take care of the program I happily
> can pass over the maintenance and development.
> Massimiliano Gubinelli
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