[OS X TeX] TeXShop 3.80 hangs after X abort of typesetting

Murray Eisenberg murrayeisenberg at gmail.com
Sun Jul 23 19:43:48 EDT 2017


I’m a not-too-naive user of TeXShop. Still, when I open in TeXShop the menu item Help > About this Release and get a document of the same name and see there section “2. Changes in 3.78 - 3.81” and see merely "Versions 3.78 and 3.79 were never released. No changes 3.80 or 3.81 require user intervention,” that’s literally true. But I still would expect to seein that document changes that do _not_ require user intervention, or as a very good alternative a pointer to the “What’s new?” section of the TeXShop Help Panel’s pages.

But why two documents?  (I realize it’s probably just a matter of the way things developed over time, and the need to concentrate upon program development at the expense of rationalizing the documentation organization.)


> On Jul 23, 2017, at 3:46 PM, Richard M. Koch <koch at uoregon.edu> wrote:
> Murray,
> If you carefully read "What's New", you'll discover that it is not really about new features.
> It is ONLY about new features which require user intervention, for instance a revised set of macros
> which the user might or might not want to adopt.
> The full list of changes in TeXShop are available in four different places. These are all the same, so there
> are multiple ways to find them and read about them:
> 	a) the "changes in version 3" document on my web site, next to the button which
> 	downloads the new version
> 	b) the version document on my web site, which lists all changes since the start of
> 	TeXShop
> 	c) The what's new section in the English version of TeXShop Help (Localizers gave up on
> 	translating this long series of html pages)
> 	d) The list of changes which comes up in Sparkle when it asks if you want to update.
> Dick
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