[OS X TeX] Voting on feature requests
riseguin at earthlink.net
Mon Mar 24 23:32:44 EDT 2008
You didn't include mine:
(1) An option to color $ ... $ strings a solid color.
(2) An option to always open documents (.tex and .pdf) in the same
position where they were last closed.
(3) An option that allows the Tags menu drop down to always display at
the same scroll position from which the last tag was selected.
On Mar 24, 2008, at 6:48 PM, Alain Schremmer wrote:
> I thought that keeping track of the feature requested on this list
> for TeXShop—but I probably forgot some— might be helpful.
> A—Line numbers in the source file window (that the Console refers to)
> —B: Change font size in the source window (Available: Source >
> Font > Bigger/Smaller)
> —C: Change Command I from meaning Source > Font > Italic to a
> keyboard command for \emph (Available under Leopard: Goedde, March
> 24, 2008 11:35:58 AM EDT)
> D— Change Command B from meaning Source > Font > Bold to a keyboard
> command for \textbf
> E—A way to collapse one or more sections' text / better yet an
> outliner mode
> F—A SECOND Typeset button, one that does NOT save at the same time
> —G: Let the bottom of the source window be standard, with a
> horizontal scroll bar (Available: Source > Wrap Lines > None)
> H—The ability to split the output window as well as the source
> window (if possible with sync)
> —I: A button in the source window to open the output window (To
> bypass the menu's File > Open for Preview) (Available: a) Window >
> Source<>Preview, b) with a key press: Apple-1)
> —J: Cursor staying put (Available: Pref > Document > Select on
> K—Colored matched brackets.
> L—Emacs <-> TeXShop. For details, see Loukanova, March 24, 2008
> 5:51:47 PM EDT
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