[R-SIG-Mac] upgrade to Mavericks

Tom Hopper tomhopper at gmail.com
Fri Apr 25 09:44:47 CEST 2014

Skim also works nicely when a PDF is updated by another app.



> On Apr 25, 2014, at 9:14 AM, Stefan Evert <stefanML at collocations.de> wrote:
>> On 25 Apr 2014, at 05:15, Richard M. Heiberger <rmh at temple.edu> wrote:
>> There are two big negatives is how Preview handles revision to my
>> pdflatex documents.
>> Previously (OS X Lion), when I ran pdflatex, the pdf file was revised with
>> the display showing the same page and the same positioning on the page.
>> Now (Mavericks) the display jumps to the top left corner of the current page.
>> Since I keep the window focussed only on the part of the page with text,
>> that means the top and left margins dominate the new display.  My
>> workaround is to construct an if statement that sets the margins to 0
>> when I am in revision mode and gives them normal values otherwise.
> Hm, this never worked for me properly with Preview, that's why I use TexShop as a PDF previewer.  You can just open the PDF file in TexShop, and configure the "Preview" settings to use "Automatic Preview Update".
> -- Stefan
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