[OS X TeX] clicking on TexShop dock icon

john marriott johnmarriott at mac.com
Tue Jun 11 10:13:38 EDT 2002

As long as opening a new window is the default behavior, TeXShop is 
still in accordance with the HIG.  This could have an option in the 
preferences to be turned off, and everyone is happy.

At 5:42 PM +0200 6/10/02, Martin Stokhof wrote:
>If I remember correctly this wasa discussed before and it was 
>pointed out that this behaviour actually is in accordance with 
>Apple's guidelines. But I wouldn't mind if TeXShop disobeyed this 
>command from the mothership .. ;-)
>At 18:27 +1000 on 10/06/02, Adrian Heathcote wrote:
>>I agree---this is my only bugbear with TeXShop. Since I don't quit 
>>out of TeXShop very often, I can sometimes get as high as the 21st 
>>*new* document opening up. A preference to stop this would be much 
>>Adrian Heathcote
>>On Friday, May 24, 2002, at 10:28 AM, tom keyes wrote:
>>>produces a blank document. i have prefs set to not open a blank document on
>>>startup, but when i click on the dock icon to bring TexShop to the
>>>foreground a blank document i don't want opens, so i close it. it's a minor
>>>annoyance-any way to stop it, or might it be a pref in future releases?

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