[OS X TeX] Insert a column

Alain Schremmer Schremmer.Alain at gmail.com
Fri Dec 22 11:22:32 EST 2006

Herbert Schulz wrote:

> On Dec 22, 2006, at 9:39 AM, Alain Schremmer wrote:
>> Herbert Schulz wrote:
>>> If you deleted the macro you might try temporarily removing the ~/  
>>> Library/TeXShop/Macros/ folder and re-starting TeXShop. That  
>>> should  put in a new Macros folder with the default macros.
>> 1) This is true magic: yes, TeXShop regenerated the default macros  
>> out from, as far as I can tell, the clear blue sky.
>> 2) Do I just put the old plists back into the macro folder, right  
>> alongside the new one?
>> Regards
>> --schremmer
> Howdy,
> The easiest way to get that macro back with you old set is to open up  
> the Macro Editor (Macros->Open Macro Editor), select the macro you  
> want to copy, select all of the text of the macro and copy it. Then  
> quit TeXShop, put your original macro file back, open TeXShop, Open  
> the Macro Editor, click on New Item, give it a name, paste the copied  
> macro into the text field for the macro (optionally pick a keyboard  
> shortcut). Move the macro to the place you want in the Macro Menu by  
> moving it in the left had menu pane. Save it!
> Does this make any sense?

It makes so much sense that I wonder why I didn't think of it rather 
than bother you!!!!!! It makes me feel like crying.

Very apologetic regards.

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