[OS X TeX] TeXShop 2.07

Steffen Wolfrum osxtex_2 at st.estfiles.de
Tue Nov 21 08:53:26 EST 2006

Wow, that's amazing. Once again I am impressed how many (hidden)  
options OSX provides to serve one's individual needs.

Do you maybe also have an idea to my F1 - problem (see below)?

> I have a problem with the pre-defined keyboard shortcuts:
> The command-T for "Typesetting" is not doable with my hand, sorry.
> So I'd like to set "Typesetting" with the F1-key.
> But KeyEquivalents.plist seems to be broken.
> And using "Keyboard Shortcuts" from "System Preferences" just kills  
> the command-T but doesn't take the new definition.
> [With other items than "Typeset" (for example "ConTeXt") the change  
> works. But as I use my user defined engines I need to trigger these  
> with "Typeset".]

> Even better would be to trigger my ConTeXt_TeXLive.engine directly  
> (by F1) just like typesetting Plain Tex to ConTeXt can be triggered  
> directly (not via the pull down menu).

In any case
thank you very much,


Am 21.11.2006 um 14:37 schrieb Bruno Voisin:

> Le 21 nov. 06 à 14:26, Niels Kobschätzki a écrit :
>> On 11/21/06, Steffen Wolfrum <osxtex_2 at st.estfiles.de> wrote:
>>> But is it possible to let TeXShop run in English *and keep* the
>>> Language/International settings in System Preferences set e.g. to
>>> German?
>> Monolingual is your friend:
>> http://monolingual.sourceforge.net/
> Another way is, in the Finder, to select TeXShop, then choose Get  
> Info, then go to Language and uncheck your language (here German)  
> in the list of languages.
> Bruno Voisin

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