[OS X TeX] Project tree for TeXShop

Will Robertson will at guerilla.net.au
Mon Nov 15 00:26:29 EST 2004

On 15 Nov 2004, at 2:46 PM, Joerg wrote:

> Or do you have any other advice how to organice and handle a book with 
> a lot of chapters and tables and figures?

I think iTeXMac 2, when it is released, will feature something along 
those lines. Of course, that is of no help to you at the moment.

In the meantime, I find pdfsync indispensable for large projects.
The "Open quickly" macro in TeXShop is also helpful.
Matthew Hills wrote a script which opens the file that is represented 
by the current selection. You can get it from 
Also, you can use tags to label figures and tables in the source and 
access them from the tags toolbar item. (CMD-2 to insert a new one.)

If you are able, you may wish to consider writing the functionality you 
wish for into the source code and submitting a patch to Richard Koch; 
if you look in the list of contributions, many of the major features 
have actually been written by other people. Of course, I'm in no 
position to comment since I don't know cocoa (yet?), but I do what I 


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