[OS X TeX] Customize brackets/braces/parens/delimiters TexShop matching
marc.larcher.tenor at gmail.com
Mon Feb 12 01:21:18 EST 2018
I think this is a beautiful idea, and since I use XeLaTeX a lot (to write my opera librettos to learn them) I will apply this key binding!
Le 12 févr. 2018 à 01:30, Herbert Schulz <herbs at wideopenwest.com> a écrit :
>> On Feb 11, 2018, at 5:01 PM, Juan Acevedo <juan.acevedo at gmx.net> wrote:
>> Using the "British” keyboard layout,
>> guillemets are
>> Opt + \
>> and Shift + Opt + \
>> double quotes are
>> Opt + [
>> and Shift + Opt + [
>> But mind you, I have a bit of a mixed up keyboard setup here, so better to check with your Keyboard Viewer first!
>>> How do you enter the opening guillemet? Is it a single keystroke (possibly along with Opt, shift, etc?) or is it a multi-stroke entry? Same with the opening double quote.
>>> Good Luck,
>>> Herb Schulz
> That's the same as on the US keyboard.
> What I'm going to tell you do is NOT what you originally asked for, a match of delimiters, but it will always give you a matching closing delimiter (» or ”) when you enter an opening delimiter (« or “). Open the Key Bindings File for Editing: Click Source->Key Bindings->Open Key Bindings File… In the first box enter « and in the second box enter «#SELE#INS#» and then Click on the + button. Do the same for “ and “#SEL##INS#” and the + button. You can then Click the Save button. From then on when you press « you will automatically get «...» where ... is any selected text followed by the insertion point. You get a similar thing when you enter “.
> Hope that works for you.
> Good Luck,
> Herb Schulz
> (herbs at wideopenwest dot com)
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