[OS X TeX] Re: PDF layout that fits PowerBook Screen

Jung-Tsung Shen jushen at gmail.com
Sat Sep 24 16:13:01 CEST 2005

Related to the subject, is it possible (or if anyone thinks it a
not-too-bad idea) to achieve the following:

In TeXShop, when we type to the end of the screen, the working area in
the editor moves towards *right*, after we hit the return, rather than
moves *down* (and therefore pushes the filled area up)? [Of course,
the width of the area can be pre-defined by the users.]


On 9/24/05, Jung-Tsung Shen <jushen at gmail.com> wrote:
> I doubt if there's any satisfactory solutions to my following
> question, but I am still asking it anyway.
> A while ago on this mailing list, someone hinted that there's a
> program, Tofu, to convert the layout of a document so each page would
> fit the screen like the PowerBook better than the conventional Letter
> size layout. By that, it reduces the needs and the repetitive up and
> down mouse movement. I tried it for a while, and found the idea was
> good. Unfortunately, that program doesn't work well for PDF (not
> perfect for complicated text file either.)
> This prompts me to ask:
> (1) Is there *any* solution alike for external PDF's?
> (2) Is it possible to compile my own locally generated PDF's (from
> LaTeX) so it would fit the screen of the PowerBook?
> Thanks for any input.
> JT
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