[OS X TeX] Beyond split view: two pages

Alain Schremmer schremmer.alain at freemathtexts.org
Mon May 22 11:15:39 EDT 2023

Ok, how about “just" windows with three panes instead of two panes?

Here is why:

When I want to adjust what I am writing in subsection 7-1-4 with what I wrote in subsection 2-5-2, two panes are plenty enough.

But, when I want to adjust what I am writing in subsection 7-1-4 with what I wrote in some subsection whose number ?-?-? I have forgotten, I use a detailed table of contents for the hunting which it would be nice to have in a pane 3 where I could look up various possibilities for ?-?-? each of which I could then look up in pane 2 against what I am writing in pane 1.

Yeah, I know, you give them a hand and they want the whole arm.

But that’s because I am using TeXShop a LOT so that the opus is becoming very MAGNUM.

In any case, these days, just keep on trucking safely. 
Very best,

> On Jul 10, 2022, at 12:52, Alain Schremmer <schremmer.alain at freemathtexts.org> wrote:
> To insure consistency in the magnum opus, I use a lot the split page feature of TeXShop in both the source and the pdf.
> I am still on TeXShop 4.64 because I hate having to put up with changes I don’t think I need, but I sure wish TeXShop would go one step beyond the split view and be able to have more than just one window for each of the source and the pdf. (Screens are now large and cheap.)
> In any case, best, grateful regards,
> —schremmer

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