On 08/05/2017 01:50 PM, Arthur Reutenauer wrote:
>> Does anyone know how to make the previous commands work with TeXworks?
>   Not off the top of my head; you’ll probably find more help on the
> TeXworks list (http://tug.org/mailman/listinfo/texworks), I’m sure I’ve
> seen this question discussed before.  I think it’s as simple as putting
> the command in question in a small script file that you place in
> TeXworks’ configuration directory.

Hi Arthur,

I opened an issue on this topic at GitHub, but I didn’t know there were
a mailing list.

I have just subscribed to the list, but it seems I have to wait for
moderation ;-).

I read in the wiki (at GitHub) that adding a script could be an option.
But this would be an option for me. Not for a newbie.

I mean, I wouldn’t mind to add the script in a computer for a friend.
But I would do that myself.

Otherwise, it doesn’t have to be dangerous, but it would be extremely
hard for people without previous experience.

>   I agree that TeXworks is probably on the best choices for newcomers.

On the top of the feature that TeXworks is newcomers-friendly, it has
also been designed with ConTeXt in mind.

One of the weirdest things in the TeX world can be summarized in a
single question: why do we say TeX when we only mean LaTeX?

Many thanks for your help,

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