[OS X TeX] AlphaX and path

John Burt burt at brandeis.edu
Mon Nov 2 18:10:10 CET 2015

Here's what I did. Open a blank document. Change the mode to TeX mode.
(Alternatively, open a TeX document). go to File/TeX Mode Prefs. Open the
typesetting pane. Replace the text in the Default Command field with

John Burt

On Mon, Nov 2, 2015 at 8:04 AM, Michael Hoppe <mh at michael-hoppe.de> wrote:

> Dear TeXers,
> I’m using AlphaX for years.  I’ve adjusted the Extra Exec Path in the
> Global Preferences to /Library/TeX/texbin and AlphaX finds the programs,
> but it seems that AlphaX resolves that link: every time I quit AlpaX and
> restart it the console reads
>      /bin/sh: line 1: pdflatex: command not found
> So I have to enter the path for the executables again at every start of
> AlphaX.  Am I doing something wrong?
> Michael
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