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I've used Texmaker for years until I discovered TeXstudio in my university's lab. At first, both looked and worked pretty much the same, but now I've switched to TeXstudio for these reasons: Easy dictionary language switching: there's a dropdown at the bottom of the screen where you can instantly switch dictionary language, which is very useful for me, ...
If you are happy setting this system wide, you can edit the customisation into texmf.cnf but it is important to pick the correct texmf.cnf. Probably kpsewhich texmf.cnf should return the correct file. On my system, for TeX Live 2015, this is /usr/local/texlive/2015/texmf.cnf. Wherever it is, the file should be almost empty with just some explanatory comments ...
As others have mentioned this currently isn't possible. However to make life a bit easier you can create a Mac Keyboard Shortcut. System Preferences -> Keyboard -> Shortcuts -> App Shortcuts Press the + button and enter the following. Application: Texshop Menu Title: Use One Window Keyboard Shortcut: *enter your keyboard shortcut* Now whenever ...
Click Define Output Profiles menu Now copy existing Latex--> PDF menu Then change Latex to Context --> PDF and press ok Now go to viewer tab and give path to your PDF VIEWER and command text box as shown in the picture Now click OK and start working.
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