[OS X TeX] Feature Request Math Bracket
Richard J Benish
rjbenish at teleport.com
Wed Mar 12 15:15:47 EDT 2008
I mean in the Editor. And I should have mentioned also the "braces"
that contain arguments for commands, like \frac, superscript and
subscript, etc. In the Editor these all get very hard to keep track
I'm using TeXShop Version 2.10beta8 (210).
For long equations in which I know I've gotten lost because the file
won't render, I sometimes resort to taking a screen shot, printing it
and then, with various colored hi-lighters breaking it down to find
the error. It would be nice if the colored hi-lighters were in the
Thanks for all the help.
>On Mar 12, 2008, at 1:56 AM, Richard J Benish wrote:
>>If you would benefit from having the brackets in equations color
>>coded or be tagged in some other way so that one can see which left
>>goes with which right and immediately find orphan brackets, raise
>>I imagine this must have been suggested before, but wow, could I
>>use such a feature right now!
>Do you mean color coding in the pdf output or in the Editor? If the
>latter, what Editor are you using? Many Editors already have
>features that do something, not necessarily color coding, to help
>along those lines.
>(herbs at wideopenwest.com)
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