[OS X TeX] TeXShop on a MacBook

Gary L. Gray gray at engr.psu.edu
Sun Mar 12 20:41:20 EST 2006

On Mar 12, 2006, at 8:40 PM, Justin C. Walker wrote:

> On Mar 12, 2006, at 17:12 , Gary L. Gray wrote:
>> On Mar 12, 2006, at 8:00 PM, Adam R. Maxwell wrote:
>>> On Mar 12, 2006, at 16:20, Justin C. Walker wrote:
>>>> I have a weird problem with TeXShop.  I am running on a MacBook,  
>>>> with what claims to be 2.0.9a of TeXShop, gotten from the MacTeX  
>>>> download (the BIG one) less than a week ago.
>>>> I have the OgreKit find panel selected.
>>>> It appears that the "ignore case" selection is ignored (ironic,  
>>>> I know).  If I search for, say "proof", it will find instances  
>>>> of "proof", but not of "Proof".  I have quit, restarted, opened  
>>>> and closed the find panel, checked and unchecked the "ignore  
>>>> case" box, but this doesn't alter the outcome.
>>> I don't have a MacBook Pro, but I'm curious as to whether you've  
>>> tried converting it to ppc-only with lipo and testing?  Or isn't  
>>> there a way to force an application to launch using Rosetta?   
>>> That might narrow down the list of possible problems.
>> Excellent suggestion!
>> I just opened TeXShop using Rosetta and it does not exhibit this  
>> unusual behavior. That is, it honors the "ignore case" and finds  
>> strings starting with a backslash without the "Regular  
>> Expressions" option checked.
> It seems safe to be wary of the OgreKit find panel on Intel: I just  
> tried the "Replace & Next" function, and it just deletes the found  
> sequence.  This happens for both TeX-like words (\foo) and otherwise.

Is this with the "Regular Expressions" option on or off? I am  
wondering if that option fixes more than the issues I mentioned earlier.

-- Gary
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