[OS X TeX] Latexit , Keynote and linkback
dbd at virginia.edu
Fri Aug 12 15:41:10 EDT 2005
Your suggestions did the trick.
I moved my Library/LaTeXiT/history.dat and library.dat files back and
LateXiT hung again. Perhaps my history file went back to the Panther
version of LaTeXiT but I just started adding items to the library.
I'll proceed and keep you informed.
On Aug 12, 2005, at 3:21 PM, Pierre Chatelier wrote:
>> I am running 10.4.2, LaTexIt 1.3.1, and Keynote 2.0
>> I downloaded the Linkback plugin for Keynote 2 and found it to
>> work just fine with LaTexIt - once.
>> Since that initial success, LaTexIt fails to start (under any
>> conditions) - I have to force quit.
> This is very strange indeed.
> Here are some things you can do :
> -put Library/Preferences/fr.club.ktd.LaTeXiT.plist file in trash
> (the preferences)
> -put Library/LaTeXiT folder in trash (the auto saved history and
> I think that a corruption in the preferences cannot hang LaTeXiT.
> But a corruption of the History and the Library should neither
> trigger any problem, since I try to catch every failure while
> reading them. Therefore, I do not know what could fail on your
> system, and I am afraid you could encounter it again (even if you
> are the very first one to report me such a bug). So, do not
> hesitate to keep me informed. Did you use previous versions of
> LaTeXiT ? Perhaps it is an unexpected incompatibility in the file
> By the way, a 1.4.0 version of LaTeXiT will be rolled out within
> the next few days. I just wait for the report of my last beta-tester.
> Pierre Chatelier
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