sorry to say I don’t think this is it. The LaTeX grammar has been selected throughout in
TextMate’s status bar. I have also tried selecting other grammars, then going back to
LaTeX. The result is always the same - no highlighting. I seemed to have reached a state
where the LaTeX bundle simply won’t do anything other than erase text. For example, “Wrap
command in…” just erases the selected text. How can I get back to a fresh TextMate and
On 21 Dec 2017, at 19:47, René Schwaiger
On 21.12.2017, at 19:45 , Robert Milton
<robert.gomez.milton(a)gmail.com <mailto:email@example.com>> wrote:
I removed the various LaTeX bundles I had lying around, as instructed by the link you
sent. Typeset & View (PDF) then erased all the text in the test file. So I disabled
the LaTeX bundle and removed it, then got a fresh copy via preferences in TextMate. So
basically I now have one fresh bundle, just downloaded via TextMate. But, I’ve lost all
syntax highlighting, Typeset & View (PDF) results in "No Makefile found.
sounds like your `.tex` file uses “Plain Text” as grammar instead of “LaTeX“ (see
attached screenshot `Plain.png`).
Set TM_MAKE_FILE in Preferences → Variable.”, and
LaTeX preferences doesn’t show me anything other than erasing all text in the test file (I
can get it back with ctrl-z).
Please select the LaTeX grammar either via TextMate’s status bar or via the shortcut `^`
+ `⌥` + `⇧` + `L` (see attached screenshot `LaTeX.png`). After this change, the shortcut
`⌘` + `R` should activate “LaTeX”→“Typeset & View (PDF)” instead of “Make“→“Run”
I really don’t know what is going on. Any ideas
are much appreciated.
Hope the description above solves your problem. If it does not, please do not hesitate to
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