This is mostly a reference for a me but also a good reminder for those using TeXLive on Mac OS X (a.k.a. MacTeX). From the document “What Is Installed.pdf” in
Incidentally, if you want to add files to TEX Live for one particular user, install them in a similar tree
~/Library is the Library folder in that user’s home directory. The folder texmf and other folders for the tree will have to be created. For instance, TEX will find any file in
~/Library/texmf/tex or a subfolder of this location, LATEX will find any file in
~/Library/texmf/tex/latex or a subfolder of this location, and BibTEX will find any .bib file in
~/Library/texmf/bibtex/bib or a subfolder of this location, and any .bst file in
~/Library/texmf/bibtex/bst or a subfolder of this location. It is not necessary to use texhash when adding files to this local tree.
I updated to Snow Leopard the first day it came out and much to my ire, many of the programs and plugins that I use regularly were not compatible. Most of the issues had to do with 32/64 bit compatibility with system components. Fortunately the last became available recently (SafariStand).
So the three plugins that I rely on in Safari are finally up and running on Snow Leopard. Those being:
- Adds Numerous sweet features to Safari such as improved search suggestions, many tab options, like “always open in new tab”, favicons on tabs and keyword searches!
- The other essential plugin, add toolbar button for viewing individual site scripts and downloading flash movies (among other things).
Other programs I rely on that now are working great on SL are:
- Allows programs like SafariStand to work.
- You use Mac OS X and you don’t know what Growl is?
- iStat Menus
- Various type of monitors for your system, in the menu bar! Keeps you very in touch with your system. I used to use MenuMeters for the same purpose, but iStat Menus basically took that project and totally tricked it out, making it way better.
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