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If you only have to add to the pdf file then the pdfpages package could help. But if you have to change anything on the pages your co-author has written then you're out of luck and your co-author will have to send you the latex file.


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No. This is not possible. Your coworker needs to send you the .tex file which contains the source for the PDF.


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From the Finder The reason you didn't find the ~/Library folder using the Go menu was that you left out the ~. This symbol denotes your "home" folder, whereas without it (what you typed /Library is the system Library folder.) Here's what the Go menu input should look like: From inside TeXShop But with recent versions of TeXShop there's a direct way ...


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This one is pretty simple and useful (at least for me) http://gummi.midnightcoding.org


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TeXWorks also have the ability to complete the words included in a word list file, which is located in ~/.TeXworks/completion/ as a simple file text (like word_list.txt). And as said before, Kile does it to, with a word_list.cwl located in ~/.kde/share/apps/kile/complete/dictionary/ (then go to the settings to add this file to auto-completion).


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I realize this is an older question, but in case anyone is still interested, I briefly will try to add my own thoughts on your question: What are the main differences between them? What are the advantages and drawbacks of each of them with respect to the other one? In my view, the main difference is a substantially higher degree of customizability of ...


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I made a python script to convert sloppy input text (like the "chaos" example above) into a "one paragraph per line" text that will be displayed almost justified (word-wrapped) by any editor. Also useful when the text is extracted from pdf files or imported from other software. I wanted to keep it as simple as possible and easy to understand/modify by ...


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I installed emacs, opened my .tex document there and used M-q as in the comments was suggested. In principle, it works. But M-q doesn't care about the %-commented lines, so that approach is not 100% safe. Otherwise, installing AUCTeX, it works.



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