[OS X TeX] LaTeXiT 1.3.1 released
pierre.chatelier at club-internet.fr
Fri Jul 22 03:22:52 EDT 2005
> I just noticed something else. I have a library of about 35 or so
> equations. It looks like each one has the default preamble. If I
> do a Library->Refresh equation, the new preamble doesn't get
> loaded. Is there an easy way to change the preamble of an equation
> in the Library without having to go through and re-copy/paste/label
> each equation?
Your question about "why does the default preamble is not taken in
account before I restart the app" was a FAQ. This one about the
library is a new one. In both cases but it reflects a real use, and
something isn't clear in the interface, so I have to reconsider the
What about two new buttons in the "default preamble panel"
-apply to open documents
-apply to library
> Also, if I have multiple windows open and typeset a different
> equation in each window, then the top most equation is echoed in
> all open windows overwriting what was previously there. At least
> everything is saved in the history.
Yes, the library, as the history, is unique. LaTeXiT has been
designed with this idea. It is far less confusing than one library
> I plan to add more equations to the library (I'm sure the total
> will be around 100 or so for my dissertation). It would be nice to
> have a keyboard shortcut to do this instead of having to do a
> Library->Add current equation each time.
No problem, but which shortcut would be best ? It should be logical
and not clash with MacOS current ones.
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