I know after upgrading to El Capitan, TeXstudio has to be reconfigured the command path in order to function properly. In the question "Reconfiguring TexStudio after upgrade to OS X El Capitan", it has been shown how to change the configuration. But when I go to "TeXstudio" -> "Preferences" -> "Commands" in my TeXstudio (ver 2.10.2), almost all fields show
<unknown>. (I install MacTeX 2015 after upgrading to OS X El Capitan, then install TeXstudio.)
According to Herbert Schulz, I should replace every occurance of
/Library/TeX/texbin. However, in current case I don't know what the original values (containing
/usr/texbin) are. It seems possible to manually type every new command letter by letter following that picture in the instruction, but this will easily make mistakes.
Can anyone tell me how to let TeXstudio display the old (but incorrect) values for these commands first so I can replace the path manually, or kindly provide what the correct values for these
<unknown> fields are so I can just copy and paste them to my TeXstudio?