[OS X TeX] [ANN] BibDesk-1.2.9

Themis Matsoukas matsoukas at psu.edu
Wed Sep 27 11:00:37 EDT 2006

On Sep 26, 2006, at 7:26 PM, Paul McCann wrote:

> You can change this from the "Keyboard and Mouse" System Preference  
> panel. Go to the "Keyboard Shortcuts" tab and click "+" to add a  
> new shortcut. Select Bibdesk as the application and just type in  
> "Special Characters..." (that's three periods, not an ellipsis).  
> Throw something you find almost impossible to type in as keyboard  
> shortcut; command-shift-control-option-t, say. Then restart Bibdesk  
> and you should have your new "longcut" in place.

Yes, that works. Thanks.

On Sep 26, 2006, at 9:54 PM, Adam R. Maxwell wrote:
>  I'm not even sure where that menu item is coming from, since it  
> doesn't appear in our MainMenu.nib, so I'm also unsure how we could  
> remove it

I have noticed that some applications (e.g. iCal, DevonThink) do not  
show a shortcut  for this menu item, so I assume it (i.e. the  
shortcut) can be removed.


On Sep 26, 2006, at 9:39 AM, Themis Matsoukas wrote:
> Is there a way to deactivate the "Special Characters" (command- 
> option-T)  in the Edit menu? I often mistype this shortcut meaning  
> for the typeset window (command-shift-T) and I am bothered by how  
> long it takes to load the special characters window and the extra  
> click to remove it (once open, it does not respond to command-W or  
> command-option-t, so it requires a manual click to dismiss). Since  
> special characters seem of no use in bibtex, removing the keyboard  
> shortcut altogether (a more permanent solution) would be fine with me.

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