[Mac OS X TeX] Acrobat 5 no menu bar, no dock

Michael Murray mmurray at maths.adelaide.edu.au
Tue Oct 30 14:16:19 CET 2001

<x-flowed>>On Monday, October 29, 2001, at 10:32 , Michael Murray wrote:
>>After some experimenting it seems that if you set Acrobat to 
>>continuous display
>>(under view menu) and use the left and right arrows transitions 
>>work without flashing. If you set
>>it to single page then you get the flashing.
>>Strange but at least usable :-)
>Only if you actually have a menu. I have a pdf file that opens and 
>the menu bar is gone. It is not full screen but in a window. 
>Minimize that window and the dock stays gone and cannot be 
>retrieved, unless you switch to another application.
>Try it: ftp://ftp.nluug.nl/pub/comp/macosx/presentation.pdf
>Definitely a bug in 10.1, but maybe related to me running on UFS?

On my mac - not using UFS - that file only flashes if I do command
L and go to full screen.  Or press the full screen button you have
provided.  If I do F9 and get the menu back and then
toggle continuous / single sheet there is no flash in either.

What did you prepare this with ?

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