[OS X TeX] Problem with font AND TeX distribution pref pane
koch at math.uoregon.edu
Tue Nov 12 14:57:53 EST 2013
On Nov 12, 2013, at 11:29 AM, Stephen Anderson <sra at yale.edu> wrote:
> I have a local letterhead template that I have used for a couple of years now. It invokes XeLaTeX, and makes use of local fonts (“YaleAdmin” and "YaleDesign"). Since installing TeXLive 2013, I can’t get it to work anymore: it claims it can’t find the YaleAdmin font (although that is still installed in /Library/Fonts, with .suit files for the various faces). OK, I thought, I need to produce some recommendation letters quickly, so I’ll just revert to TeXLive 2012, which worked fine. So I open the System Preferences and choose the TeX distributions pref pane, and it presented all of the various versions I have on this system, with TeXLive 2013 checked. When I then tried to check TeXLive 2012, it asked for my password, which I provided, but failed to make any change. In fact, I can’t change the 2013 preference to any of the several distributions I have. So two questions:
> a) what’s up with the TeX distribution preference panel, and how do I fix it?
The TeX Dist Pref Pane is broken in Mavericks. The author,
Jerome Laurens, has been notified and promises a fix.
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