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TeXShop Changes 4. Shortly after 4. But in fact his code was present and worked when TeXShop was run inside XCode, but did nothing when TeXShop was compiled to become a stand-alone program.
Apple optimized his code out of existence. Kirchhof fixed this, and improved the code to handle another tricky edge case. The Apple Find Bar now works in the console. Activate the main text by clicking in it, and then type command-F.
Use the arrow keys to move from item to item. To obtain it, quit TeXShop. You still have the old one, renamed, if you prefer your version to mine. I used this opportunity to change two default items in TeXShop Preferences.
This will not affect previous users. The default Find method is now the Apple Find Bar. This method is used by more and more programs like Safari, TextEdit, and Word, and users have come to expect it. The OgreKit panel remains the default in Japan. In other programs, the entire window being searched darkens during a search and all instances of the phrase being searched stand out in white, with the active element in yellow. Now TeXShop sets the parameter. The Apple Find Bar is the least intrusive, simply adding an extra search line at the top of the source window, but it is surprisingly powerful; users should give it a try.
It supports "search and replace" once the word "replace" is checked, and there is a hidden pull down menu with other options, triggered by the symbol on the left side of the bar. And it fully supports Dark Mode. In single window mode, several Preview menu items were deactivated. Now most remain active. A similar deactivation occurs in the Source menu; the five items between "Duplicate" and "Revert" are deactivated. Many of these items behave unexpectedly in Single Window Mode because they only change the source file, so the active Source and Preview are no longer related.
Moreover, none of these menu items is in the TeXShop source code, as can be verified by opening the source in XCode. Instead, they are added to the menu automatically by Cocoa when Automatic Saving is activated.
Because they are entirely encoded in Cocoa, changing their behavior for Single Window mode could lead to instabilities in file saving behavior, and instability in that system would be intolerable. So in single window mode, these items are still disabled in TeXShop 4. The Macintosh uses Uniform Type Identifiers UTI to identify various kinds of files: tex files, latex files, pdf files, html files, etc.
On other operating systems, these types are often determined by file extensions:. Macintosh programs contain a file named Info. Examples include public. Some types are associated with companies primarily in charge: com.
When this system was designed, the designers did not pay enough attention to open source types not on their generic list and not controlled by a particular company. This creates headaches for authors of programs dealing with these open source files.
The TeX world is a prime example; our files have extensions. Originally, TeXShop used org. Icons attached to these files can change at random, for no known reason.
In early September, I filed a developer support incident about this issue and requested that Apple extend the public list and define public. I now wish I had requested public. And as for TUG itself, it is a loose collection of people passionately devoted to TeX, but certainly not to any particular computer platform running TeX.
One more item in Info. An Exported Type is a type created by that particular application, while an Imported Type is created by some other entity but used by the application. When I switched to edu. I now think this was a mistake. I suspect that the job would be infinitely easier if Apple began by defining public. But in the meantime, TeXShop 4. It reverts to the original choice of org.
Perhaps the day will come when these four items can become public. Note that up to date ConTeXt engine files remain in 4. But the bug also affects High Sierra, and a slightly different fix is required for that operating system. In version 4. So ConTeXt has been removed from the typesetting menu. Of course ConTeXt is still available as an engine, so the change encourages users to use the modern version of ConTeXt rather than a version which is several years out of date.
This is fixed. Now the first click in the content region of an inactive Preview window activates that window, but an additional click is needed to magnify.
With the glass active, it was impossible to scroll the pdf window with a track pad. Moreover, the window could not be resized, and the mouse-based scroll bar did not work; instead both actions triggered the magnifying glass. These problems are fixed in 4.
The fixes should be sufficiently tested today to insure no future problems. But just in case, anyone with source code can return to the original version of the glass before 4. On line 59 of globals. Remove this line or comment it out and recompile. Version 4.
A common use case is to display the first page of the new file, and then the routine works well. But we want to display the same page before and after typesetting, and it is usually not the first page. TeXShop has a fix for this problem. Just before loading the new pdf file, it takes a picture of the old page and glues this picture on top of the Preview window. When the new pdf is loaded, it creates a flash but the flash is hidden beneath the picture.
Then the picture is removed. This whole process takes about half a second. But later I realized that this routine had a memory leak and each typesetting job used up 20 megs of memory. This routine had no memory leak, but caused a blurry display for a moment after each typesetting job.
Four hours after finding this fix, the exact same fix was emailed to me by Martin Hairer. This preference is still present, but has been completely deactivated. The Preview window has a magnifying glass, but it behaved in a strange way. To magnify, the user pressed the mouse button and then moved the mouse by a few pixels. Pressing the mouse without moving it did not reveal the magnifying glass unless the press occurred in the white space surrounding the text.
This is fixed; the magnifying glass now appears immediately when the mouse button is pressed. This broke the Applescript macro "Bibliography", which called pdflatex and then BibTeX and then pdflate twice more. TeXShop should be ready for Catalina, so I anticipate several months of stability before further work is again required. They were experimental versions as I attempted to understand the "sudden halt" bug.
The key feature of version 4. This is explained in detail at the end of this section. Work on LaTeX has become more active in the last few years. The team tests new features on a large collection of test documents, but every so often a feature causes problems that are not discovered until after the official release. Consequently, there is now a new step before these releases. The development version of LaTeX is added to TeX Live and special formats are created called lualatex-dev, pdflatex-dev, and xelatex-dev for testing with this potential release.
Move these to the active portion of Engines to activate them. This problem is fixed. Do this for the PDF window in both single and double window modes. When a new line break is added in the middle of the comment, the second half of the comment becomes active TeX code. Twenty-four hours later, he sent a fix, which is now in TeXShop 4.
The fix allows Undo, so "Undo hard wrap" returns to the original line breaks. My own opinion is that "hard wrap" is useful for the first time after this fix.
When a new pdf file loaded after typesetting, there was a brief flash in the preview window. I filed a bug report with Apple, and eventually they told me that they could not fix the bug at their end, but I could work around it in TeXShop. My fix is described in the changes document for versions 3. The fix involves taking a picture of the preview window before loading the new pdf, glueing this picture over the window, loading beneath the picture and thus hiding the flash, and then removing the picture.
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