[OS X TeX] New Macros, new Engines, new TeXShop versions, and all that

Robert Bruner rrb at math.wayne.edu
Mon Feb 22 20:21:38 CET 2010

> I'm beginning to think that activating all engines that come with 
> TeXShop, as Pete suggested, is a good idea. I.e., the engines in the 
> sub-folders of TeXShop/Engines/Inactive/ go into the Engines folder and 
> you also put all the documentation into a Documentation folder inside 
> the Engines folder. A beginning user tends to only use the default 
> engines (also called scripts --- I think there is a problem there) in 
> the Typeset Menu and maybe seeing the other possibilities will make them 
> curious; as long as there is documentation on what each engine does and 
> how to use it.

As a naive user, I like this idea.  I believe it would make me more likely
to try things I haven't used before.

Bob Bruner

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