[OS X TeX] Track Changes - Functionality for collaborative work

Bruno Voisin bvoisin at mac.com
Fri Mar 31 16:43:26 EST 2006

Le 31 mars 06 à 14:20, Rolf Schmolling a écrit :

> One can either copy and paste into Word (textEdit saves the  
> converted file as "rftd" which Word cannot open).

.rtfd files are not really files but bundles, i.e. folders  
interpreted as files by Mac OS X: Ctrl-click them, select the item  
"Show Package Content", and you'll see a folder containing a .rtf  
file plus attachment files (corresponding to each included graphic).

On a slightly different note, some of the most recent Apple  
documentation, for example that of iWork '06, shows up as a PDF file  
(has a PDF file icon and opens, upon double-clicking, in Preview) but  
is actually an application (with hidden .app extension) selecting the  
PDF documentation corresponding to the OS language. Ctrl-click the  
PDF icon and select "Show Package Content", and you'll see its inner  
structure including an executable file together with one PDF file per  
each available language.

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