[OS X TeX] draftcopy "weirdness"
schremmer.alain at gmail.com
Sat Apr 9 23:57:32 CEST 2011
On Apr 9, 2011, at 5:38 PM, John B. Thoo wrote:
> On Apr 9, 2011, at 3:27 AM, Peter Vamos wrote:
>> At 04:44 +0100 9/4/11, Alan Munn wrote:
>>> That's because the draftcopy package uses Postscript specials to
>>> place the text. From the docs:
>>> "Currently this package works only for Postscript and not for
>>> PDF, sorry."
>> Alternatively, use the pdfdraftcopy package, available from
>> Surprisingly, this is not on my TeXLive 2010 distribution.
>> Licensing issues perhaps?
> Thank you, Peter. I tried it and it works as advertised.
> Unfortunately, it does not offer a "timestamp" option. Any
> suggestions for how I can include a timestamp with "pdfdraftcopy"?
I was intrigued: So I copied your header and typed a few words. I
went TeXShop 2.38 > Typeset > TeX and DVI and then hit Typeset on
the source page and got back my few words duly stamped DRAFT April 9,
I am running gwTeX under 10.4.11 and did not download anything .
However, once upon a time, I installed TeXLive 2008 which, however, I
am not using. So, whatever package did the job must have been part of
TeXLive 2008. If someone can tell me how to get the package, I can
send it to you.
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