[TxMt] Re: Weird LaTeX Watch pdf displaying
robin.houston at gmail.com
Sun Dec 21 21:07:36 UTC 2008
If you copy the PDF files at different stages and compare them, are
they actually different? My expectation would be that, if you're not
making any changes to the input files, the resulting PDF files should
be the same.
Also, what are the differences between your old and new machines. (I'm
assuming you didn't have this problem on your old machine.) Are they
running different versions of Mac OS, for example?
2008/12/17 Evan Berkowitz <evan.berkowitz at gmail.com>:
> I typically LaTeX with a translucent background with the file in front
> of TeXniscope (and sometimes Skim). On my new machine, however, the
> workflow speed-up is greatly diminished, because the rendered file
> often looks... bad. The standard font looks all blocky, the math
> renders incorrectly, etc.
> If I make no changes to the .tex file, save, and re-examine the .pdf,
> the pdf changes---it seems to cycle through a few stages:
> bad http://www.eberkowitz.com/images/tm/incorrect.png
> medium the text renders correctly, but the math is bad
> good http://www.eberkowitz.com/images/tm/correct.png
> As far as I can tell (ie. 10 or 12 experiments), no such issue exists
> when I compile with Latexmk.pl
> I've tried deleting my font caches, after reading Q0.1 here at [ http://www.tug.org/mactex/faq/
> ], but to no avail.
> Anyone else have a similar experience? Anyone have an idea how to get
> this to stop happening?
> Thanks a lot,
> It was mentioned on CNN that the new prime number discovered recently
> is four times bigger than the previous record.
> John Blasik
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