[OS X TeX] TeXShop 2.07
lfsequeira at fc.ul.pt
Tue Jan 17 05:50:20 EST 2006
> Right, that's the point:
> Mostly I am working with a maximized preview window with toolbar menu
> switched off (by pressing the bottom top right).
> So I can only rely on keyboard shortcuts and/or my mouse's context
> That is pretty nice working - only a "Goto Page..." shortcut is
> missing (as TeXniscope has it) for bringing this little dialog box up.
> A little dialog box just for entering the pagenumber and then leaving
> the window again.
> Couldn't this be a small but very useful goodie for the (not too far)
> next TeXShop version?
> Am 13.01.2006 um 16:39 schrieb Chris Goedde:
>> Because this would just bring up a dialog box with an text box to
>> enter the page number, and such a text box already exists in the
>> default toolbar in the preview window?
Maybe it can be done already by creating a macro in AppleScript? In
my TeXShop I have a macro for "go to line". If there is a way to
control the preview pages in TeXShop's Applescript dictionary, it
should be easy. Is it?
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