[OS X TeX] Curious Output Behavior

Alan Munn amunn at gmx.com
Fri Aug 5 18:09:34 CEST 2011

On Aug 5, 2011, at 12:01 PM, Randy Scott wrote:

> Hi Alan,
> Thanks for the tip. I'm doing the TexLive update right now.
> Sorry about the reply; I thought I deleted the subject line. I'll be sure to
> start a new thread from now on.

You did deleter the subject line, but deleting the subject line doesn't change the threading information, which is why you need to start with a new message instead.


> Randy
> On 8/5/11 8:57 AM, "Alan Munn" <amunn at gmx.com> wrote:
>> On Aug 5, 2011, at 11:39 AM, Scott, Randy wrote:
>>> Good Morning from Southern California!
>>> I recently upgraded to TeXLive-2011, and after some initial bumps that I
>>> figured out things seem to be working, well, mostly OK.
>>> I've noticed that my documents don't seem to match the layout settings in my
>>> editor. Here's what my preamble says:
>>> \documentclass[10 pt, fleqn, lettersize]{report}
>>> \usepackage[letterpaper, twoside, inner = 1.125 in, outer = 0.875 in, top = 1
>>> in, bottom = 1 in]{geometry}
>>> \usepackage[pdftex]{graphicx}
>>> When I compile the document and then go to Acrobat to print, the print
>>> dialogue says that the paper size is 8.5 in by 11 in, but the document size
>>> is 8.3 in by 11.7 in, which seems closer to a4 than letter.
>>> The result of this seems to be that the margins are not correct, and an
>>> occasional picture will get its bottom cut off.
>>> Is there a spot where I'm missing a paper size setting?
>> You can use the TeX Live Utility (should be in your Applications/TeX folder)
>> to globally change the paper size. Open TeX Live Utility and there's a menu
>> item in the Actions menu.  If this doesn't solve your problem, then you may
>> need to give more information.
>> (BTW, please don't reply to other threads to post a new message, now this
>> topic and the previous topic (TeXShop 3.03) are mixed together in a single
>> thread.)
>> Alan
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