[OS X TeX] Three typeset versions in Leopard?
Gary L. Gray
gray at engr.psu.edu
Wed Nov 21 22:11:34 CET 2007
On Nov 20, 2007, at 11:08 PM, Shawn Allgeier wrote:
> I installed Leopard on a new computer and then installed the TexLive
> 2007 distribution. Tonight I observe some peculiar behavior when
> Typeset #1 = Expected output in TeXShop preview window.
> Typeset #2 = Font has changed to something generic and math renders
> mostly (large parenthesis show up as ascii characters stacked in
> columns to form the brackets)
> Typeset #3 = Math renders properly but fonts are still generic.
> Typesetting a 4th time returns back to proper output and the cycle
> continues. I am not changing the tex file between type settings
> (simply pressing apple-t repeatedly). It is not too alarming since
> I can just keep type setting until I get the proper output, however
> this is new behavior as of tonight.
> Have I accidently changed a preference or is this a Leopard glitch?
> My other computer is running Tiger and TexLive 2007 as well.
I suspect it is your font caches -- delete them. See:
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