[OS X TeX] A question from a new member
lillumultipass at yahoo.fr
Tue Oct 17 08:30:40 EDT 2006
Thanks for the infos!
I have indeed started working in Texshop this morning, but I haven't
really explored its possibilities since I have something to finish for
Anyhow, it handles the pdf rather well so I am pleased. The only thing
is that I do have some hyperreferences (that work corectly when I click
on a refereence for instance), but I can't enable the sidebar in the
preview of my article...or I don't know how to do it maybe!
Rolf Schmolling a écrit :
> Am 16.10.2006 um 14:25 schrieb Frederic Andres:
>> Hi to all!
>> Here are the stuf I would like to be able to do:
>> 1. I like seeing the structure of my document in order to be able to
>> easily switch between sections for instance. I have tried ITexMacs,
>> but I don't see this feature. But it is present in Texmaker.
> 1 A) When you structure your text/file with sections, chapters,
> subsections etc. in TexShop in the source-window you can use the
> "Tag"-selector in the menu-bar (configurable like any well behaving
> Mac-program) to go to those sections of ypur source. You can add your
> own tags in the document as well which will show up there too.
> 2 B) In the PDF-viewer-window of TexShop (after the proper number of
> typesetting runs for references, bibliography etc.) and if you use
> hyperref you can open the sidebar which will show the structure of your
> document (like in preview) which you can use to navigate within the pdf.
> The sidebar can be set to open automatically via preferences.
>> 2. I always compile using PDF, but under Texmaker for instance, it
>> does not recall the last position of the pdf, and it also does not
>> display my graphics, whereas it does under iTexMac.
> 2 A) As far as I can say TexShop does not remember the last position in
> the pdf when you re-typset the source. It does remember the position in
> the source though and that can be used to get to the right position in
> the pdf via either pdf-sync and (OSX) search-kit (selected in the
> preferences). It does work reasonably well. A caveat is if you divide
> your source into several sub-source-files via include/includeonly. Then
> a first move between pdf. and source is necessary to get to the right
> (sub-)source-file. It's explained quite well in the help for TexShop.
> 2 B) TexShop does display embedded Graphics-files if they are inserted
> the right way. The help has more details on use of templates, formats
> and drag and drop.
>> 5. if possible, shortcuts for things like bold, emphasize...
> 5) You can add menu-shortcuts (whatever you like) to any menu-command
> either via a system-preference or via the macro-editor of TexShop under
> Personally I prefer the simple and easy to use interface of TexShop to
> the more complicated affairs of emacs, iTexMac and the like.
> Rolf Schmolling M.A. Historian, Rolf.Schmolling at Alumni.TU-Berlin.DE
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