[OS X TeX] Wish for the OgreKit panel
herbs at wideopenwest.com
Thu Apr 19 17:37:15 EDT 2012
On Apr 19, 2012, at 4:01 PM, Yusuke Terada wrote:
> On 2012/04/20, at 0:52, Eric van der Oord wrote:
>> TeXshop's macros are active in the OgreKit panel, e.g. keystroke "$" gives "$$•", "(" gives "()•" etc.
>> Could they be disabled in a future version ?
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> TeXShop 3.06 uses OgreKit that I modified for TeXShop.
> This modified OgreKit has some extended features for TeXShop, such as syntax highlighting, command completion, auto completion, and support of Spaces.
> Each extended function gets active together with the corresponding TeXShop setting.
> If you don't need these features, you can disable them by replacing this modified OgreKit with the original OgreKit.
> Here are the steps.
> 1. Download "TextEdit with OgreKit's Find Panel" from http://web.me.com/oasis/ogrekit/Downloads.html . This zip archive contains TextEdit.app with OgreKit.
> 2. Copy TextEdit.app/Contents/Frameworks/OgreKit.framework to TeXShop.app/Contents/Frameworks/ by replacing the existing one.
> 3. Restart TeXShop. Then the OgreKit FindPanel of TeXShop behaves like TeXShop 2.x.
> Yusuke Terada
Thank you Yusuke. That seems to work just fine but I'll keep on testing.
I now understand that Eric was referring to what is now called Key Bindings rather than auto-completion since that and Command Completion were getting confused.
I wonder if there is a fix for another thing in Ogrekit. When I Tab from the Find pane to the Replace pane I would ordinarily expect that any text in the Replace panel would be selected. That doesn't happen with Ogrekit but rather the selection point is put at the end of what is already there. Can that be fixed up?
(herbs at wideopenwest dot com)
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