[OS X TeX] OT: PDF display problems
Keith M. Chugg
chugg at usc.edu
Mon Aug 15 21:37:31 CEST 2005
I posted a problem with pdf on Tiger to this list just after 10.4
came out. My problem is that I cut equations from the texshop
preview (I usually use a blank document format with just an equation
on the page) to an Omnigraffle figure. I do this to label figures
with latex-type symbols. I then export the omnigraffle figure to pdf
and include using includegraphix in the standard manner.
With 10.4 preview, some of the equations on the figures print "fuzzy"
despite looking good on screen. If the same pdf document is opened
with 10.3 preview or AAreader, then it prints fine (i.e., the figure
equation/symbols come out at high-resolution).
Odd think is that it happens only on some of the figure-symbols. I
never got any feedback on this problem and have been waiting for a
10.4 upgrade to make it go away.
Does anybody else have this issue? Do you know how to report to apple?
On Aug 15, 2005, at 1:25 AM, Christian Heine wrote:
> Dear list,
> does anyone encounter problems displaying/printing PDFs in Tiger?
> Since upgrading I have massive troubles in Preview, TeXShop,
> BibDesk's preview and with the PDF Browser Plug-In when I open and
> print PDF files. Sometimes just images are displayed, sometimes
> just cryptic characters, sometimes just section titles, sometimes
> just text paragraphs without headings, sometimes just one specific
> font in a document is displayed, sometimes everything is fine. I
> can't reproduce it, seems to happen randomly. I have various
> screenshots on my public ftp at ftp://ftp.geosci.usyd.edu.au/pub/
> users/christian/PDFproblems in case someone wants to have a closer
> look. I have googled for this and also searched the Apple
> Discussion pages but haven't found a solution nor anyone else
> experiencing this kind of problem.
> Everything is perfectly fine using Acrobat, so it appears to have
> something to do with the native OS X pdf kit. Furthermore, this
> only happens on my G5 not on the Powerbook (also running the same
> version of Tiger).
> Any clues?
> Cheers, Christian
> Christian Heine
> ph.d. student
> USIMS | University of Sydney
> | Institute of Marine Science
> | Sydney, Australia
> P +61 2 9351 4257 • F +61 2 9351 0184
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