[OS X TeX] TeXShop 2.07

Steffen Wolfrum osxtex_2 at st.estfiles.de
Tue Nov 21 09:52:04 EST 2006

Am 21.11.2006 um 15:30 schrieb Herbert Schulz:

> On Nov 21, 2006, at 8:15 AM, Bruno Voisin wrote:
>> Le 21 nov. 06 à 14:53, Steffen Wolfrum a écrit :
>>> 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.
>> Hi Steffen,
>> No I don't have any idea on this problem, as I generally don't  
>> perform such customizations myself -- I prefer to stay as close to  
>> default configurations as possible.
>> I think to have read messages on this list that  
>> KeyEquivalents.plist has been broken in TeXShop for some time  
>> already. Maybe some solution has been posted in the meantime, I  
>> must admit I didn't pay much attention. IIRC, editing the  
>> KeyEquivalents.plist in your home directory (i.e. at ~/Library/ 
>> TeXShop/Menus/KeyEquivalents.plist) won't work, but editing the  
>> one within the TeXShop application itself (i.e. /Applications/ 
>> TeXShop.app/Contents/Resources/TeXShop/Menus/KeyEquivalents.plist)  
>> might work.
>> You can also try to browse bug reports, or post a new bug report,  
>> at TeXShop's SourceForge repository <http://sourceforge.net/ 
>> projects/texshop/>.
>> Hope this helps,
>> Bruno Voisin
> Howdy,
> I don't think that will work; I believe the one inside TeXShop is  
> simply the default file placed in ~/Library/TeXShop/Menus/.

You are right, I just checked this.

> If you've got the Development Tools you could edit the MainMenu.nib  
> file inside the TeXShop application but that is kind of extreme. It  
> would be nicer if the KeyEquivalents.plist method was fixed. I  
> think work has been done on this but will have to wait until the  
> next release of TeXShop (when?) and Richard Koch is busy with the  
> transition to TeXLive from teTeX right now. It's always something :-)!

Yes, it's better to wait.

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