[OS X TeX] Changing keyboard shortcuts in TeXShop

Herb Schulz herbs at wideopenwest.com
Mon Dec 20 10:39:39 EST 2004

On 12/20/04 9:29 AM, "Chris Goedde" <cgoedde at condor.depaul.edu> wrote:

> I sent this to the list last week, and got no reply, so I'll try again.
> Any comments or suggestions greatly appreciated.
> I'm trying to add keyboard shortcuts for "Preview->Next Page" and
> "Preview->Previous Page" in TeXShop, and failing. (I assume that this
> is possible.) So I backed up a step and uncommented the example in
> KeyEquivalents.plist. I then quit and restarted  TeXShop, but I still
> get the default shortcuts. In other words, changes I make to
> ~/Library/TeXShop/Menus/KeyEquivalents.plist don't seem to make any
> difference.
> What am I missing?  This is with TeXShop 1.35e.
> Thanks,
> Chris Goedde


While I don't have a good answer for you I wonder if right/left arrow (<---
& --->) would be of help. It doesn't do quite the same thing as
Previous/Next Page ( going to the top of the Previous/Next Page) but it does
move the document a Screen Page at a time. In Multipage Display Format,
Fixed Magnification of 140% and the window running the full vertical height
on my Older 15" Powerbook it takes 2 arfrow clicks to get to the top of the
next page.

Good Luck,

Herb Schulz
(herbs at wideopenwest.com)

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