[OS X TeX] Suppressing console messages
warren at phys.washington.edu
Mon Jan 26 01:17:22 EST 2009
Sorry, my message was incomplete. Yes, the console always pops up
whether or not there is an error.
I am using TeXshop 2.18 and OS X 10.5.6 (on a Powerbook). I installed
it from TeXlive 2008 and recently updated everything using TeX Live
Manager. I am running it from a username I created after I installed
Leopard. TeXshop has always ignored that setting in the past, but it
is finally getting slightly annoying, so I thought I would mention it
in the forum.
On Jan 25, 2009, at 9:44 PM, Justin C. Walker wrote:
> On Jan 25, 2009, at 19:49 , Warren Nagourney wrote:
>> Does anyone know how to ensure that console messages from TexShop
>> (2.18 in OS X 10.5.6) only appear when there is an error? Checking
>> the box in the preferences doesn't do anything.
> Do you mean that the console window pops up even if there is no
> error, regardless of the state of the "Show Console" setting?
> In the past, it seemed to pop up whenever there was ether an error
> or a warning, but with the current version, on Mac OS X (10.5.6), it
> seems to work as I'd like (no Console window unless an error occurs).
> What versions (Mac OS X, TeXShop) are you using, and which TeX
> Justin C. Walker, Curmudgeon-At-Large
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