[OS X TeX] Triggering a script in BBEdit by cmd-click

Maarten Sneep maarten.sneep at xs4all.nl
Thu Nov 25 09:55:13 EST 2004

On 25 nov 2004, at 15:34, Claus Gerhardt wrote:

> To trigger an Applescript from within BBEdit that enables 
> synchronization BBEdit-> TeXniscope, I would like to use option-click. 
>  At the moment I am only aware of the standard BBEdit "Set Key", which 
> however, restricts the trigger to cmd-letter, etc.
> Does anyone knows how to use cmd-click?

Would adding an item to the contextual menu be helpful? I think that 
that is possible, but a better chance of getting the right answer would 
be to try the BBEdit-Scripting mailing list: 

I couldn't find anything in the BBEdit manual, so writing to support 
and/or the mailing list might be your best bet. Recently there was a 
discussion on the general BBEdit mailing list about LaTeX, and quite a 
few bbedit users are interested in using BBEdit for even more of their 
work. The thing they mentioned as missing was the preview, so having a 
nice synchronising script would be great - directly writing to support 
might even get you the help you need from Bare Bones themselves.


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