[OS X TeX] Spell checking

Louis Talman talmanl at gmail.com
Sun Sep 6 03:40:08 CEST 2020

Institutional licenses for Mathematica require yearly password renewa.  As an emeritus, I’m entitled to use my institution’s license—but I must get a new password from the institution every year.  The application is far too expensive for me to buy my own license—which would not require renewal.

When Mathematica upgrades, the new version sometimes refuses to run on older versions of the OS.  And the older versions refuse to run under a new password.  Otherwise, I’d keep the old versions of both OS and Mathematica.
On Sep 5, 2020, 7:18 PM -0600, TeX on Mac OS X Mailing List <macosx-tex at email.esm.psu.edu>, wrote:
> Actually, I was referring to keeping both the old OS and old version of the program. I have never seen a non-subscription program require a yearly password renewal. I tend to avoid subscription programs.
> My post-retirement activities require that I have a good graphing program (Igor Pro), a good CAD program (Ashlar Graphite) a good LaTeX typesetting program (TeXShop) and a few utilities such as LaTeXit (I include OmniGraffle in that category). With these apps, I can write my books and do some reasonable calculations in physics.
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