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TeXShop is a Tex previewer for Mac OS X. For more information, click on
The link below downloads a "LocalTeX" preference pane. This pane is a complement to the
"TeX Dist" preference pane installed by MacTeX, which allows a user to select the active TeX distribution.
The local pane allows individual users to override the choice made for all users by the TeX Dist
pane, and to select distributions installed on a thumb drive, external hard disk, or home directory.
It does not modify any data used by the TeX Dist pane and works on Mountain Lion and above,
including Yosemite. The download includes the LocalTeX pane, documentation, and full source code.
Ghostscript 9.14 was
released on March 26, 2014. Below is an install package for Ghostscript 9.14. The package will work on Leopard and above, for Intel or PPC. In case it causes trouble, install the previous version.
WARNING: Ghostscript 9.14 has a bug and is not currently recommended. The bug was reported to the Ghostscript programmers.
If you have a LaTeX document using hyperlink and you typeset it with TeX+DVI, the links don't work. Ghostscript 9.10 below is fine.
Below is an install package for Ghostscript 9.10. This package is part of MacTeX-2014.
Below is an install package for Ghostscript 9.07. This package is part of MacTeX-2013.
Here is a paper about making a small TeX distribution for Mac OS X. The distribution, BasicTeX,
is available at tug.org/mactex/morepackages.
Two other small Cocoa programs for Mac OS X are available:
Below are the slides from a talk given at OIMT on May 19, 2012.
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Notes from a lecture at Bend:
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