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I followed the instruction from Creating Glossaries in TeXShop on Mac but the created engine did not appear (even not with Emacs). Here is what I did:

I created glossary_run.engine with TextEdit (and later also with Emacs):

#!/bin/sh

bfname=$(dirname "$1")/"`basename "$1" .tex`"

makeindex -s "$bfname".ist -t "$bfname".alg -o "$bfname".acr "$bfname".acn
makeindex -s "$bfname".ist -t "$bfname".glg -o "$bfname".gls "$bfname".glo

I saved the file in /Applications/TeX/TeXShop.app/Contents/Resources/TeXShop and then run

chmod a+x glossary_run.engine

in Terminal, started TeXShopbut could not find glossary_run in the dropdown-menu. Has anyone an idea what went wrong?

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When I have done this in the past, I placed the .engine file in ~/Library/TeXShop/Engines not in the actual .app wrapper, and you need to exit and re-launch TeXShop. –  Peter Grill Mar 23 '12 at 16:48
    
Now the engine appears in the dropdown-menu. But still the glossary won't appear: I first compiled my document MainV2.tex with LaTeX and then with glossary_run. I got the following message: This is makeindex, version 2.15 [TeX Live 2010] (kpathsea + Thai support). Scanning style file ./MainV2.ist...........................done (27 attributes redefined, 0 ignored). Scanning input file ./MainV2.glo...done (0 entries accepted, 0 rejected). Nothing written in ./MainV2.gls. Transcript written in ./MainV2.glg. By the way: I put all glossary-entries in a separate tex-file (Glossary.tex). –  John Mar 23 '12 at 18:51
    
Did you re-run LaTex again after glossary_run? –  Peter Grill Mar 23 '12 at 19:38
    
Yes, several times. –  John Mar 23 '12 at 20:00
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OK, but that seems to be unrelated to this question. Please post a separate question including a complete MWE that illustrates the problem including the \documentclass and the appropriate packages so that those trying to help don't have to recreate it. –  Peter Grill Mar 23 '12 at 22:07
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The .engine file should be placed in

~/Library/TeXShop/Engines 

not in the actual .app wrapper, and you need to exit and re-launch TeXShop.

After this the glossary_run command will appear in the pull down menu.

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