[OS X TeX] using Latexit

Pierre Chatelier pierre.chatelier at club-internet.fr
Thu Aug 25 10:10:51 EDT 2005

> It would be nice to be able to save an equation
But it is already possible. If you save it has a PDF file (just by  
drag'n dropping onto the Finder, for instance), it is equivalent,  
since the file re-opens in LaTeXiT with all the meta-contents  
(preamble, source code...)

> , or a library of equations, as a stand-alone LaTeXiT document.
And a library can also be saved (Library > Save)

> Similarly, it would be nice to have the possibility of having  
> several different preambles to choose from, as with Equation Service.
Since the preamble it saved along with the equation (you can access  
the preamble by LaTeX > Show preamble), it is not really important to  
offer a set of predefined preambles. A default one is largely  
sufficient for most use cases, since it can be tuned as much as you  



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