[OS X TeX] magnification
juantolo at me.com
Sat Mar 1 01:39:45 CET 2014
No, I haven't chosen that at the top of the list. On the TeX shop window, at the top, you can pick how you want to typeset the document, similar to the choices for TeX Shop in the MaC. The default is indeed pdflatex, and I have to change it to pdftex every time I typeset a document (unlike the MaC TeX shop, for which I can declare what I want to be the default.
Do you know of any active MikTeX list?
On Feb 28, 2014, at 7:34 PM, Herbert Schulz wrote:
> On Feb 28, 2014, at 6:17 PM, juan tolosa <juantolo at me.com> wrote:
>> Hi Herb,
>> Yes, I am using plain TeX. I have just tried the following minimal example in the PC at work, and the \magstep1 is ignored. I tried the same file in the mac at home, and the \magstep1 works. In the PC I am using Te works within MikTeX 2.9.
>> Thank you,
> TeXworks uses pdflatex as the default tool for compiling documents. Do you have a line like
> % !TEX program = pdftex
> at the top of the file you are compiling? Unless you changed the default you need to use that line.
> Since you say it does compile I assume that's already done.
> Have you asked on a MikTeX list about the problem?
> Good Luck,
> Herb Schulz
> (herbs at wideopenwest dot com)
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