[OS X TeX] Experimental TeXShop 2.32

Claus Gerhardt gerhardt at math.uni-heidelberg.de
Tue Feb 23 21:00:25 CET 2010

I just noticed that the macro files are all .plist files, hence copy and paste is not possible, but the Macro Editor command "Add Macros from file" is as good. Really no big deal.

Select a macro below which the new macro showed be position, then  import the new macro. This is especially nifty if the new macro should replace and old one (having the same name e.g.). Import the new one and delete the old one above.


On Feb 23, 2010, at 20:35, Claus Gerhardt wrote:

> Copy and paste by the user seems to be the most natural way.
> Claus
> On Feb 23, 2010, at 19:43, Richard Koch wrote:
>> 5) Users who want Macros to be automatically added to the menu will also be disappointed. The most
>> feasible method to do this, it seems to me, is to add new Macros to the end of the list. But there
>> are disadvantages. What should be done if an old Macro is improved, or if an old Macro
>> is replaced by a more powerful new one?
>> In this case, I don't see a clear way to improve the situation. Let's wait and see how many powerful
>> new macros are invented.
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