# [OS X TeX] A question from a new member

Frederic Andres lillumultipass at yahoo.fr
Wed Oct 18 05:07:23 EDT 2006

Actually, the reference is working as regards the labels in my document,
which is nice.
Only the bibliographical references are not working. Does it have
something to do with the fact that I use citet instead of cite?

Herbert Schulz a écrit :
>
> On Oct 17, 2006, at 3:35 PM, Frederic Andres wrote:
>
>>
>> I have tried to install some of the files in the Texshopkit but I am
>> not sure I have done it right, above with regards to the applescripts
>> and the scripts.
>> Anyhow, here are a few specifics I would like to do:
>>
>
> Howdy,
>
> Applescript macros are installed in one of two ways depending upon
> whether they are in text form or already in the xml form. The ones in
> the TeXShopKit are in text form. Open TeXShop and open the Macro Editor
> (Macros->Open Macro Editor...). You should create a new macro (one of
> the buttons at the bottom left in the editor). Simply copy from the text
> file and paste into the Content window. Note: some of the macros contain
> bullet characters, .', so make sure they still look like bullets when
> you open the text file. Give the macro a name and choose a shortcut if
> you want. Repeat for other macros.
>
>> 1. would it be possible to change the color of footnotes? I mean, in
>> Winedt, the footnote are easily recognizable since they are kind of
>> highlighted in violet
>>
>
> I don't believe you can get color coding of footnotes in TeXShop (at
> this time at least?).
>
>> 2. One other nice feature was that when I was using \ref, all the
>> labels present in my document were available for selection in a
>> drop-down menu. The same thing was possible for the bibliography,
>> which is very convenient.  As to the bibliography, I think I have seen
>> a Macro that was doing that, but I didn't know what to do with it.
>>
>
> Install BibDesk and its reference/bibliography input manager (open
> BibDesk->Preferences and choose Completion). Set it up to work with
> TeXShop. Then start a \ref{ or \pageref{ command and the the first few
> letters (1 is actually enough) of the reference you want and press F5 to
> get a list of references. Doing the same with the \cite{ will give you a
> bibliography list; if you use an external bibliography, open the
> bibliography file in BibDesk first and then use it as above and the list
> will come from that bib file.
>
>> Sorry for the dumb questions, and thanks for your help!
>>
>> Frederic
>
> Didn't see any dumb questions. It takes a while to digest things and we
>
> Good Luck,
>
> Herb Schulz
> (herbs at wideopenwest.com)
>
>
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