[OS X TeX] TeX is not for the faint of heart

Alain Schremmer Schremmer.Alain at verizon.net
Wed May 5 22:51:41 EDT 2004

Thanks: You were absolutely right. I see the red and green. (I don't use 
Safari and in Mozilla, it is called Reload. :-) )
And, yes, had I seen that when I first read the page three or four weeks 
ago, I would have felt much better.
And, now, I hope that everybody will believe me when I say that I am a 
total install-idiot.

Curtis Clifton wrote:

> On May 5, 2004, at 9:21 PM, Alain Schremmer wrote:
>> At no point did I doubt that there was but when /I /click on 
>> http://www.rna.nl/tex.html, I get a page entitled TeX TeX on MacOS X 
>> TeX.
>> It starts
>>    This is the R&A page on installing and running TeX on Mac OS X. It
>>    contains links to the current distribution and information that I
>>    think is useful for TeX users on Mac OS X. Other sources for TeX on
>>    Mac OS X info:
>> Very soon after that there is an example of TeX typesetting followed 
>> by "The above may seem complicated."
>> But I don't see anything red or green.
>> I have no idea why this should be so.
> The Refresh button is your friend.  Safari, or your web browser of 
> choice, is likely caching an old copy of the page.  Gerben's friendly 
> "Don't Panic" was added more recently than your browser is clearing 
> its cache.
> Share and enjoy,
> Curt
> ----------------------------------
> Curtis Clifton, Graduate Student
> Dept. of Computer Science, Iowa State University
> http://www.cs.iastate.edu/~cclifton
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