[OS X TeX] Page up/dn in TexShop on a PB

Kino quinon at rio.odn.ne.jp
Mon Mar 21 12:41:43 EST 2005

On 22 Mar 2005, at 2:26, Chris Goedde wrote:

> The \UF72C and \UF72D obviously refer to keycodes; do you know of a 
> list of keycodes for Mac OS X? My googling uncovered some partial 
> lists.

I don't have the list, unfortunately. But do you have UnicodeChecker? 
If not, download it from
<http://earthlingsoft.net/UnicodeChecker/index.html> (free)

It shows the Unicode value of a character you entered. To get that of a 
special key like PageUp, esc, etc., type control-q before hit that key. 
I.e. control-q then PageUp.

> Second, what file does this change, something in the TeXShop bundle, 
> or something in ~/Library, or ...?


If you have '/Developer/Applications/Utilities/Property List 
Editor.app', a component of Xcode Tools, try to open TeXShop.plist with 
it. To see special characters, File => Show Strings As ASCII (Non-lossy 
ASCII) is helpful.

It's too late here. Good night.


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