[OS X TeX] Customising applescript macros

Alain Schremmer Schremmer.Alain at verizon.net
Fri Aug 6 02:33:14 EDT 2004

On Aug 5, 2004, at 8:39 PM, Will Robertson wrote:

> Did you do this:
> property indent : "	" -- at the top of the script
> with a <tab> inside the quotes?
> That works for me...
It works for me too É but, of course, first I typed tab inside the 
quotes, then I typed <tab>. Only then did I think of just hitting the 
tab key. I am as bad as my students.

However, after almost half an hour of tinkering to find where to put 
"the" tab, I got the following alignment.

	\begin{tabular}{@{} ccc @{}}
		&	ð
		&	ð
		&	ð
		&	ð
		&	ð
		&	ð
		&	ð
		&	ð

I think it's perfect.
But now I wonder if I could tinker some more to get another dialog box 
to set how many tabs to move the whole thing over. And then on to the 
plain with vertical lines.
I will try all of that at some later time, though, as I have to get 
back to the actual writing of the magnum opus.

Again, thanks a lot for your patience.

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