[OS X TeX] Mavericks

Richard Seguin riseguin at earthlink.net
Fri Nov 1 05:07:43 CET 2013

It might be my imagination, but typesetting seems, subjectively, a little slower after installing Mavericks. I don’t have stop-watch times from pre-Mavericks, so I can’t say for sure. It doesn’t matter if I do it from TeXShop or from BBEdit/Skim/integration-scripts.

I also have an odd issue with the finder being slow when I first access it, giving me the spinning wheel-thing before displaying directories. After that first access, it works normally until the next shut-down/power-up cycle.

Richard Séguin

On Oct 29, 2013, at 9:36 AM, William Adams <will.adams at frycomm.com> wrote:

> On Oct 29, 2013, at 9:47 AM, Herbert Schulz wrote:
>> For all those folks that felt that hiding ~/Library, i.e., the Library folder in your HOME folder, in OS X 10.7/8/9 is stupid and hated having to play games (run a small program in Terminal when there was an OS update, Open via holding the Opt key in the Go menu in Finder or placing that folder in the sidebar) Mavericks now gives you another, hopefully permanent, way! With your HOME folder active you can open the View Options (View->Show View Options [Cmd-J] in Finder) and there is now a check box to `Show Library Folder'.
> It was much easier to just check the ``Unix expert'' checkbox in NeXTstep.
> William
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