[OS X TeX] ntheorem is out fishing

Will Robertson will at mecheng.adelaide.edu.au
Sun May 30 20:33:43 EDT 2004

On 29 May 2004, at 6:31, Alain Schremmer wrote:
>  It seems exactly what I need but could a gentle soul translate this 
> for me? (I am running 10.3.3.)

The simple translation is: add all of your own sty files, etc, to the 
``TeX tree'' (one of those locations in which LaTeX, etc, look for 
files when processing). The appropriate place to do this is 
/Users/<username>/Library/texmf/ (otherwise known as ~/Library/texmf/ 

Now, since there are many different types of files that go in there, it 
is partitioned up with lots (and lots) of sub-folders. The short 
answer, again, is to move your .sty file to ~/Library/texmf/tex/latex/ 

Of course, if any of these folders don't exist, you should create them. 
If you have other types of files, look in the main tex tree and see how 
it's done in there and mirror its directory structure:


You can get there in the Finder with the "Go to Folder..." command in 
the Go menu.

Hope that helps!

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