[OS X TeX] Re: TexShop & Textures

Lawrence C Paulson lp15 at cam.ac.uk
Tue Oct 15 04:47:08 EDT 2002

Both TexShop and Textures have strong plus and minus points.  TexShop is 
free, is compatible with other Unix-based TeX systems, and gives PDF 
output directly.  For simple TeX/LaTeX jobs it should be fine.  Textures 
is better if you need synchronicity (the output-to-source mapping), use 
non-standard fonts like Mathtime, or can't cope with having to replicate 
parts of the TeTeX tree just to store your macro and bibtex files. 
Personally I can't wait for the MacOS X version of Textures, but even in 
Classic it works perfectly.

Larry Paulson

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