[OS X TeX] TeXShop Macro Editor Content entry of "cmd s", "ctrl tab" and "cmd t" ?

Yusuke Terada taylorkgb at gmail.com
Wed Sep 14 06:10:43 EDT 2022

Dear Coleman,

You can use a magic comment like
%!TEX root = ../main.tex
to typeset another TeX file when you press Command+T.

Yusuke Terada

> 2022/09/14 19:00、Brian Coleman <brian.coleman.velchron at gmail.com>のメール:
> Hi,
> My book tex file contains several \include chapters. 
> After editing a chapter tex file, in order to typeset, I must type "cmd s" to save the edit, then type "ctrl tab" to change focus to the book tex file, and finally type "cmd t" to typeset, or do 3 mouse clicks.
> I would like to have a macro  to manage all three steps with one key stroke such as "cmd §".
> Is there a way to enter "cmd s", "ctrl tab" and "cmd t" into the Macro Editor content window to achieve this?
> I am not knowledgeable about AppleScript.
> Any help much appreciated.
> Brian Coleman
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