[OS X TeX] Who should use (La)TeX - who is able to use it?

Arno Kruse arnokruse at macnews.de
Wed Nov 17 08:01:58 EST 2004

> On Nov 16, 2004, at 7:57 PM, Alain Schremmer wrote:
>> Another Ah Ha!
>> You have given me food for thought with the copy paste issue.
>> I "am sure" that it can be circumvented. Roughly, I think, it is a 
>> matter of specifying how much automation to choose and, therefore, 
>> how much freedom to lose. But I think that here, losing freedom would 
>> not be a big issue as long as the "regular TeXshop would still be 
>> around. But I have to think about it a lot more.
> Alain,
> You may be on to something. Please let us know how this works out. 
> Hopefully you will be able to work through the `devils in the details' 
> and create something great. Please let us know when you have a beta 
> version for testing. Until then, you're right, I think you need to 
> start another list for this topic. As you mentioned, it's really no 
> longer related to TeX.
> Joe


this sarcastical, the person (not the arguments Alain is writing about) 
attacking answer does not fit into this extremely positive list - for 
my opinion.


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