toms at ncifcrf.gov
Tue Jan 19 17:45:01 CET 2010
> > TeXShop has two things that prevent me from using it:
> > 1. The windows seem tiny and cramped and it wasn't obvious how to
> > resize things or to easily change the font size in the editing window.
> TeXshop | Preferences
> There're radio buttons which control this behaviour and allow one to
> set the position of the relevant windows under the Source and Preview
> > 2. I can't use my favorite editor (vim) in the editing window, so
> > would have to use up time futzing with the mouse.
> TeXshop | Help | Using an External Editor
> > Perhaps the authors would consider implementing these?
> Perhaps the user would consider RTFM?
No, I never Read The Manual unless absolutely necessary! ;-)
I got it to work once I found the right place in the help window.
(Is there a way to stop the mac help windows from being obnoxiously
I suggest that the typeset button be default to be in the preview so
one doesn't need to customize.
I wasn't able to get latexmk to recognize that my file had changed and
do the typesetting in TeXshop. Isn't that possible, or did I just
Dr. Thomas D. Schneider
National Institutes of Health
schneidt at mail.nih.gov
toms at alum.mit.edu (permanent)
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