[OS X TeX] key combination: apple + r ?
rloukano at stp.lingfil.uu.se
Sat Apr 14 05:10:18 EDT 2007
On Sat, 14 Apr 2007, Bruno Voisin wrote:
> Le 13 avr. 07 Ã 22:44, Jung-Tsung Shen a Ã©crit :
>> On 4/13/07, Bruno Voisin <bvoisin at mac.com> wrote:
>>> Cmd-R corresponds to Format > Text > Show Ruler. The keyboard
>>> shortcut doesn't appear for some reason in the English version of
>>> TeXShop, but it does appear in the French version. Odd!
>> Thanks Bruno. It does show in the English version. It is in the
>> sub-menu and I didn't find it in the first attempt. :P
> Are you sure the keyboard shortcut does show next to the menu item?
> On my setup (OS X 10.4.9), the menu item Format > Text > Show Ruler is
> present, but there's no indication of the shortcut -R next to it (in the
> English locale).
It is the same with my download of TeXShop (the latest) on OS X 10.4.9;
English: none of the items in the pull-down menu TeXShop > Format > Text
has a shortcut. BTW, on my TeXShop
Edit > Find > Replace
Edit > Find > Replace All
have no shortcuts.
- Edit > Find > Replace produces the beep sound
- Edit > Find > Replace and Find Next (Alt-Cmd-F) searches and replaces
whatever is in the search buffer from a previous search.
- Edit > Find > Replace All silently searches and replaces
Is it so on your set-up? I expect a prompt for replacement pattern like
the one with Cmd-F (but perhaps I am influenced by Emacs's search/replace).
I also find somewhat clumsy the pop-up sub-window for
Edit > Find > Find... (Cmd-F): some of the buttons do not react when
pressed despite that I have respective patterns in the text. It seems to
me that this happens when I attempt to repeat some of the find/replace
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