[OS X TeX] ANN: TeXShop Webpage Helper

Alain Schremmer schremmer.alain at gmail.com
Mon Jun 14 16:17:26 CEST 2010

On Jun 14, 2010, at 12:09 AM, Ramón Figueroa-Centeno wrote:

> Aloha,
> I just uploaded my biggest summer project yet: TeXShop Webpage Helper
> <http://www2.hawaii.edu/~ramonf/TeXShop/TeXShop%20Webpage% 
> 20Helper.dmg>.
> It started as a helper program for my ChkTeX for TeXShop  
> application, but
> over the last two weeks it has become much more.
> It allows you through especially crafted links to control the  
> navigation and
> insertion of text into TeXShop documents. To see it in action you  
> can skip
> reading all the technical mumbo jumbo and open the enclosed "George
> Grätzer's Math Symbols Table" PDF and you have an way of entering  
> all the
> symbols in your current TeXShop document, by clicking at links.  
> (Thanks to
> George Grätzer for letting me use his table in an example!) You  
> want an
> accent, select the letter you want accented click on a link and the  
> accent
> is applied.
> Now, you can compile your own formula or code snippets sheets to  
> insert what
> you want with a click.
> It has been designed to be as complete as I could make it, with  
> extensive
> capabilities to the person crafting the documents; and at the same  
> time to
> have a zero learning curve for the user that already knows how to  
> click on a
> browser link.
> Please try it out and let me know (if you wish) if it is working  
> for you
> (ramonf-at-hawaii-dot-edu). I am keen on knowing if it will work on  
> 10.4.

It seems rather awesome but since I am a " user that already knows  
how to click on a browser link" and since I am (still) running  
TeXShop 2.26 (2.26) under 10.4.11 on a ppc, I thought I would try it  
even though I don't write in French much any more.

So, I downloaded TeXShop Webpage Helper, put it right next to  
TeXShop, and started a new article, but where is "the enclosed  
"George Grätzer's Math Symbols Table" PDF?"

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