[OS X TeX] Find in texshop

Themis Matsoukas matsoukas at psu.edu
Sun Dec 18 11:28:36 EST 2005

Thanks for the suggestions.


does what I wanted.


On Dec 18, 2005, at 10:33 AM, Jonathan Kew wrote:
> Better to search for
> 	\bfigure
> where "\b" indicates a "word boundary" (i.e., a boundary between  
> alphabetic and non-alphabetic characters, roughly speaking). This  
> is more general, and also avoids actually selecting the preceding  
> character. Could even use
> 	\bfigures?\b
> to find either "figure" or "figures", with word boundaries both sides.
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