[OS X TeX] Icons for .tex files became generic doc type

Gary L. Gray euler at psu.edu
Thu Sep 18 23:01:13 EDT 2014

> On Sep 18, 2014, at 3:51 PM, Peter Vámos <P.Vamos at exeter.ac.uk> wrote:
> (i) If you have an iconic folder use this as a template and replace your iconless folder with a copy of it, see post (II) below for instructions.
> (ii) If you know how to set an Extended Attribute then you can do this to your iconless folder; I tried this in 2012 without success maybe the UNIX savvy people on this forum can tell us how to do it.
> (iii) If none of the above applies to you then go and download from my dropbox 
> 		https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/19792730/Iconic%20folder.zip
> an iconic folder with a sample TS file, if you can see the icon on your machine then the Extended Attribute survived and you can use solution (i). I would like to know if anyone succeded with any one of the solutions above.

I downloaded and unzipped that folder and the icon is generic on my machine.


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