I would like to ask if anyone has encountered and, hopefully, defeated the issue i am struggling with. Let me give an illustrative example. I am using latest MacOS and mactex with texshop in version 3.73.
I do the following:
- I create a file (TeXshop: File->New) with random name (say aaa.tex) I save it on the Desktop: /Users//Desktop under name aaa.tex.
- I type content, say "Hello word". And press Cmd+S to save the file. I quit the TeXshop
- I open this file again with TeXshop and I am able to edit the file, them press Cmd+s to save changes,
- when I quit texshop I get asked if I want to save unsaved changes (despite just pressing Cmd+S). If I click "save" the changes are indeed saved.
It seems however the Cmd+S I have pressed in step 3 is silently ignored (the alert in step 4 should not be required right after pressing Cmd+S) and this is verified by the way the "File" menu look like (Save option is grayed out). It seems that "Save" option is unavailable when the file is opened, however it is there for freshly created files, until the TeXshop is closed.
I do not think this is permissions error (mises is my username):
-rw-r--r--@ 1 mises staff 18 Nov 6 16:42 aaa.tex
EDIT I think that everntual conflict of key bindings (which I believe does not exist, as Cmd+S works in every other application) is not really an issue, as the "save" option is grayed out in the menu, so even doing save with a mouse is not an option.
EDIT2 I have attempted reinstall, and this behaviour persists at least starting from 3.70.
EDIT3 "Save" is grayed out, even if file has been changed (and editor asks for saving unsaved changes when quit is attempted).