[OS X TeX] Selecting a formula
Claus Gerhardt
gerhardt at math.uni-heidelberg.de
Fri Sep 11 19:53:37 EDT 2009
Attached are two Applescripts "inclusive_search" and "exlusive_search"
which will copy the the corresponding selections to the clipboard.
Save the scripts as TS macros. Read the short instructions and note
that the file has to be saved.
Claus
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On Sep 11, 2009, at 20:51, Alain Schremmer wrote:
> Given a formula between dollar signs, such as $x<2$, is there a way
> in TeXshop, by just clicking somewhere between the dollar signs
> while holding something down
>
> 1) to select the formula dollar signs included, e.g. $x<2$
>
> 2) to select just the formula that is between the dollar signs, that
> is without the dollar signs. e.g. x<2
>
> Hopeful regards
> --schremmer
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