[OS X TeX] Selecting a formula

Claus Gerhardt gerhardt at math.uni-heidelberg.de
Sat Sep 12 12:39:32 CEST 2009


I am afraid you didn't read the instructions. When using the inclusive  
script the cursor has to be set right before the first $ sign not  
after it.

On my machine the Find window will be closed when the script has  
finished. It is the same behaviour as in a manual find when hitting  


On Sep 12, 2009, at 5:07, Alain Schremmer wrote:

> On Sep 11, 2009, at 8:19 PM, Claus Gerhardt wrote:
>> The inclusive_search had to be slightly modified otherwise only the  
>> first occurrence would have been highlighted.
>> Read the instructions!
>> Claus<inclusive_search.scpt.zip>
> Once again, I had barely finished posting that the goods were there.  
> I feel like a beggar who knows he will get the alms.
>> <exclusive_search.scpt>
> works fine but I am just curious as to why the TexShop Find window  
> has to remain open? Not that it matters in the least, just curious.
>> <inclusive_search.scpt>
> works too except that it does not display the starting $ of the  
> formula in the TexShop Find window nor does it copy it.
> I looked at the script but it is way beyond my usual "trial and  
> error without understanding in the least" approach and, as it  
> happens, it is the exclusive one that I really needed to transfer a  
> lot of stuff from my old "question base" to the new one, e.g. to  
> replace $a$ by $x>1$, $b$ by $x≥1$, etc
> So, very, very grateful and most happy regards
> --schremmer
> P.S. Also, neither highlights the selection but that too is  
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