[OS X TeX] Texshop and Lion

Themis Matsoukas tmatsoukas at me.com
Wed Aug 24 18:31:21 CEST 2011

On Aug 24, 2011, at 10:01 AM, Herbert Schulz wrote:
> On another point: when I first tested this out by opening an included file (with the root line) the root file properly opened and minimized itself (into that strange looking icon on the Dock). After typesetting when I pressed Cmd-1 while viewing the PDF output I expected the past behavior, i.e., the root file to come off the Dock and show, but, instead it switched to the included file which I thought was really nice! Since then it has reverted to the previous behavior!? One thing to note is that the root file hadn't been edited in a long time (i.e., from before I installed Lion) and was therefore Locked and with no previous Version saved. I then unlocked it and edited it and then the usual behavior started again (although the minimized icon was still initially wrong). Sorry if this is hard to understand.

I can see the two behaviors you are reporting but it is not entirely clear to me what determines the behavior. In my most recent experiment, I opeden the included file, which also opened the pdf and the root. Now, Cmnd-1 brings up the root file. This behavior persists until I activate (using the mouse) the included file. Then, Cmnd-1 brings up the included file. Even if I  activate the root file to become the front window, Cmnd-1 points to the included file. I think...


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