Freeware TeXShop, iPlace and Minimamente
utilities and browsing help ...Following along from the previous page, now we'll lok at three valuable utilities that you might enjoy using ...
A great Tex previewer, for Mac OS X, written in Cocoa -- and a very useful tool, a TeX previewer for Mac OS X, written in Cocoa.
Since pdf is a native file format on OS X, TeXShop uses "pdftex" and "pdflatex" rather than "tex" and "latex" to typeset; these programs in the standard teTeX distribution of TeX produce pdf output instead of dvi output.
TeX is a typesetting program by Donald Knuth, used extensively in mathematics, computer science, physics, economics, and other fields. For a history of the development of TeX, see Just What Is TeX. Consult the TeX Users Group Web Site for additional information. To use TeXShop, you need to learn TeX or LaTeX.
TeXShop for Mac OS X Download: texshop.zip
Browse web pages and place images anywhere! iPlace is a small contextual menu plug-in for Safari. It is designed to help you browse images in web pages and to manage your image downloads.
iPlace will allow you to specify a set of locations to which you may save images and then allows you to either save single images or to browse all of the images in a page without seeing any of the text in between. In this way you can easily select and save multiple images at once.
Note that iPlace requires SIMBL which is a free (donations accepted) plugin manager.
Freeware ; 267 KB ; Mac OS X 10.4 or later
iPlace manages your image downloads., download
Simply put, this is just a beautiful icon set for your desktop. Minimamente will bring a fresh look to your desktop. From Minimamente ; Freeware / FREE ; Universal Binary Universal Binary
Minimamente web site ; download it MINIMAMENTE%20VOL1_MAC.zip
Also features Dash Board icons, and the "Blue Leopard" icon set.
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