[OS X TeX] Find in TexShop does not respond
adam.goldstein at jhu.edu
Sun Jan 22 14:14:57 EST 2006
By the way, this has been discussed (by me and others) in the TeXShop
support forum at http://www.apfelwiki.de/forum/viewtopic.php?
t=540&sid=2c4b8fb439e529fdad38d3b490db571e. The solutions discussed
there do not work, either.
Department of Philosophy
The Johns Hopkins University
adam.goldstein at jhu.edu
On Jan 22, 2006, at 2:09 PM, Adam Goldstein wrote:
> On Jan 22, 2006, at 12:18 PM, Adam R. Maxwell wrote:
>> On Jan 22, 2006, at 08:55, Sergei Mariev wrote:
>>> In my Texshop (I am using 2.07 on OS 10.4.3) I can't type
>>> anything into the find part of the find window: I see there a
>>> word from previous searches (which I did months ago, before
>>> upgrading to 2.07). This word is grayed out. When I try to type a
>>> new word to search for instead, I get a sound like on an error
>>> action. (The same is true for the Replace part) Other features in
>>> the find window work just fine. What is wrong with my installation?
>> If you use BibDesk's autocompletion plugin, older versions of it
>> caused this problem with internationalized versions of TeXShop's
>> OgreKit find panel. Installing the current version from BibDesk's
>> completion preferences should fix that problem (quit/relaunch
>> TeXShop for changes to be effective). If that is not the case,
>> ignore this message :).
> I am having the same problem or nearly the same problem (I think)
> that Sergei is having.
> (1) I perform a search in TS 2.08 using the Ogrekit panel. The
> search is completed as would be expected.
> (2) I dismiss the find panel window, which disappears as would be
> (3) A short while later, the find panel reappears by itself, and I
> dismiss it. It seems to function as it should, however.
> (4) A short while later still, the find panel reappears by itself,
> and cannot be dismissed, and is insensitive to clicking and typing.
> There are no other problems with TS, such as crashing, slowness,
> etc., etc.
> I use BD 1.2.1 (v185), and I tried the suggestion above; the
> problem persists.
> Any help would be appreciated . . .
> Adam Goldstein
> Department of Philosophy
> The Johns Hopkins University
> adam.goldstein at jhu.edu
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