陳惠鈞 | 21 Jun 05:58 2016
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[TeXmacs] About Source installation on Mac OS X

Dear texmacs-users:

Since the dmg ways of installation is not stable, and cannot correctly display Chinese, could anyone know
that how to install texmacs with source on Mac OS X? 

Thank you!

Sincerely,

Shelby Chen
Karl Hegbloom | 18 Jun 21:37 2016
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Re: [TeXmacs] zotero-texmacs-integration improvements.

I've not tried it myself but I think it probably will. I think you can drop the xpi of propachi-texmacs onto it to make it install,  or find add-ons in its menus and add it from there. You'll need to,  with it not running,  edit it's prefs.js, adding: user_pref ("xpinstall.signature.required", false); to the end. Look in ~/.juris-m or ~/.zotero to find it's prefs.js. In Firefox you can use the about:prefs page to set it, but I think with standalone you'll have to use a text editor on prefs.js.

I use it with juris-m in firefox. I don't have a signing key. It should work fine with standalone juris-m. Let me know how it goes with standalone zotero. I think it will work and I know it won't break it.

You'll have to disable it to use the OpenOffice or Word integration for OpenOffice or Word, reenable it to use it with TeXmacs.

Please report your experiences here, to the list. I'm sure people are curious. 

On Sat, Jun 18, 2016, 06:46 Hemza KHERIBOT <hemza.dz <at> gmail.com> wrote:
is it possible to use this plugin with Zotero standalone? if yes, How to install it and integrate it?

On 16 June 2016 at 11:18, Karl Hegbloom <karl.hegbloom <at> gmail.com> wrote:
It is much more useable now and easier to get set up and ready to use without an advanced degree in anything smart. Start with plain Firefox, then install Juris-M from their release site. If you followed my earlier instructions on how to run from a git clone, reverse that, and just use plain Juris-M and then install this:

https://github.com/KarlHegbloom/propachi-texmacs/releases/tag/v1.1.107beta2alpha

Then create a git clone of:

https://github.com/KarlHegbloom/zotero-texmacs-support.git and symlink it into your ~/.TeXmacs/plugins directory.

Start Firefox and TeXmacs, then add the "tm-zotero" style to your document, and try the new menus.

Juris-M: https://juris-m.github.io
TeXmacs deb: https://github.com/KarlHegbloom/texmacs/releases


[TeXmacs] texmacs cannot copy

Hi,
Does anyone know how to copy in texmacs. No matter what I choose, it just can't be copied. Should I set something?
Karl Hegbloom | 16 Jun 12:18 2016
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[TeXmacs] zotero-texmacs-integration improvements.

It is much more useable now and easier to get set up and ready to use without an advanced degree in anything smart. Start with plain Firefox, then install Juris-M from their release site. If you followed my earlier instructions on how to run from a git clone, reverse that, and just use plain Juris-M and then install this:

https://github.com/KarlHegbloom/propachi-texmacs/releases/tag/v1.1.107beta2alpha

Then create a git clone of:

https://github.com/KarlHegbloom/zotero-texmacs-support.git and symlink it into your ~/.TeXmacs/plugins directory.

Start Firefox and TeXmacs, then add the "tm-zotero" style to your document, and try the new menus.

Juris-M: https://juris-m.github.io
TeXmacs deb: https://github.com/KarlHegbloom/texmacs/releases

Peter Rapcan | 11 Jun 23:29 2016
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Re: [TeXmacs] Typesetting Maltese documents using TeXmacs

I remember that, some time ago, an alternative method to input accented characters worked in texmacs. Now I tried it and it seems to work only partially, at least for the current version of texmacs on a Mac. For example, shift+command+’ followed by o produces ó, shift+command+v followed by c produces č, etc. The trouble is that now I don’t know how to type e.g. ä using this method, since I would need to type shift+command+” followed by a, but the shift, being a part of the shortcut for ‘ , does not rise ‘ to “ as it normally would. Maybe this is a problem with standard Mac shortcuts taking precedence over texmacs shortcuts? 

I remember this used to work nicely though (and I remember the shortcuts did not include shift on my mac, so shift could be used normally to choose different accents, like ‘ or “). Maybe on Linux or Windows the shortcuts are different, so you could try typing something like alt+. followed by c to type ċ (if alt does not work try other special keys, maybe with shift also).

Anyway, this used to be a really nice and handy method to input accented characters, even in situations when you don’t have access to an international keyboard layout on some machine you were working on. 

Cheers,
Peter.



On 11 Jun 2016, at 01:57, Jarrad W. <akdor1154 <at> gmail.com> wrote:

When typesetting non-ASCII characters into TeXmacs, I just use my normal input method, same as any other program on my PC. This works fine (I'm on Linux using US alt-intl with dead keys), though I have seen issues when I try to do this on Windows. How do you normally type Maltese characters in other apps?

Jarrad

On 11/06/16 05:25, Karl Hegbloom wrote:
I just successfully pasted those letters into TeXmacs and they appear with the correct glyphs. Thus, it must be possible to typeset Maltese. On Thu, Jun 9, 2016 at 7:30 PM Tae Wong <seotaewong40 <at> gmail.com> wrote:
I found a typesetting package for Maltese by Paulseph-John Farrugia, dated 2005-04-24. How can I get TeXmacs to typeset Maltese documents? According to the documentation for this package, Maltese uses ċ ġ ħ ż as the letters with diacritics.

I just successfully pasted those letters into TeXmacs and they appear with the correct glyphs. Thus, it must be possible to typeset Maltese.

On Thu, Jun 9, 2016 at 7:30 PM Tae Wong <seotaewong40 <at> gmail.com> wrote:
I found a typesetting package for Maltese by Paulseph-John Farrugia,
dated 2005-04-24.

How can I get TeXmacs to typeset Maltese documents?

According to the documentation for this package, Maltese uses ċ ġ ħ ż
as the letters with diacritics.


philippe joyez | 11 Jun 13:20 2016

Re: [TeXmacs] paragraphsign shows up as sectionmark?

Hi Karl,

Yeah, given that other fonts correctly distinguish paragraph and section
marks, it looks like an issue with the font itself which seems to use the
same glyph for both (or the code it behaving differently -and wierdly- for
that specific font...). 

If you insist on using computer modern roman here is a workaround: Install
cmr from another source on your system, update the font database and use the
that new font in place of TeXmacs'. Note however that if you do this for a
whole document math will look really bad.

Philippe

Michael Shea | 29 Apr 21:16 2016
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Re: [TeXmacs] No response after CMD-w to close window on TeXmacs 1.99.4 OS X

I am having a similar problem with version 1.99.3 on Windows. If I close the last buffer with "File-Close Document" I get a not responding message in the title bar and/or a "TexXmacs Qt Windows has stopped working" dialog box. 

On Fri, Apr 29, 2016 at 10:22 AM, Z.WU <z-h.wu <at> foxmail.com> wrote:

It is not the first case. Actually, when I open TeXmacs the first time, and try to close the window, I notice the yes or no choice.  But this time it is really not that case, the Activity  Monitor also shows red line on TeXmacs with not responding.

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From:  "David G. Wonnacott";<davew <at> cs.haverford.edu>;
Send time: Friday, Apr 29, 2016 7:56 PM
Subject:  Re: [TeXmacs] No response after CMD-w to close window on TeXmacs 1.99.4 OS X

When I show students how to use TeXmacs, sometimes I find that they overlook a prompt at the bottom of the main window, e.g. a question about saving files before quitting. This can cause the symptoms you describe: TeXmacs won't do *anything* until you answer that question.

I think there is a way to set preferences to have TeXmacs ask such questions appear in a separate pop-up window.

Or, it could be a bug I've not seen.

-- Dave W (sent from my phone, so please excuse brevity, speak-o's, and swype-o's)

On April 29, 2016 4:23:24 AM EDT, "Z.WU" <z-h.wu <at> foxmail.com> wrote:
Hi, guys,

This is Steven. I have one question while using TeXmacs 1.99.4 OS X version. When I press CMD-w to close a file, the TeXmacs window turns to be dead (not responding). The only way is to force to quit.  I tried  to reinstall it, but still the same problem there. However, after downgrading to 1.99.1, this problem does not show up.

Any ideas?

Thx


Gmane