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Willem

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  1. Thanks, actually, step 4 could be done in any plain text editor, if TeXshop does not have the required support. But all this is very encouraging!
  2. I am considering the Alfred Powerpack for a rather specific use (although if it works, I guess others will follow): I started writing in markdown (in Ulysses III to be precise). It can save to FILE.md, and then 1. I open the terminal, 2. make terminal know in which directory the file resides (in my case standard: cd Documents/Pandoc ) 3. type pandoc -o FILE.tex --template=TEMPLATE.xelatex FILE.md 4. and then in TeXshop I search and replace (because I often use very specific environments, which I cannot do without) \textbackslash{} to \ \{ to { \} to } 5. and finally I can run XeLaTeX on it. It would be nice to create a workflow for steps 1-4. Can James, sorry, Alfred do this? All the best, Willem
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