[OS X Emacs] On Aquamacs 2.2, preview-latex images go to pdf, and not to screen
braunm at MIT.EDU
Wed Apr 6 11:21:36 EDT 2011
No, I'm sorry but deleting that file did not work.
Regarding the previous reply, can you please tell me exactly what I need to do to remove the "old" version of AucTeX and replace it? I am having some trouble finding where to remove and re-install emacs packages in Aquamacs, and how to confirm which version is installed.
I have ghostscript 8.71 installed. I did try installing 9.01 from MacPorts, but I hate MacPorts (slows down my computer, hard to maintain compatibility with other files, etc). I could try installing gs 9.0.1 again, but it sounds like that is the cause of some of the problems. But the problem should not be due to a difference between gs 8.71 and gs 9.0.1. It just seems like preview-latex doesn't know to send the images to ghostscript (the screen), and not the pdf file.
On Apr 6, 2011, at 11:04 AM, David Reitter wrote:
> On Apr 6, 2011, at 10:14 AM, Michael Braun wrote:
>> Hi! I just installed Aquamacs 2.2, and I'm having a problem with the preview-latex images. Whenever I do a C-c C-p C-d (or similar), all of the preview images end up in a single pdf file, as opposed to being displayed in the document. In this pdf file, each separate image is it's own, tightly cropped page.
> Aquamacs 2.2 should support the newer GhostScript 9.0.1 that you may have installed, but due to a packaging problem, this change may not take effect.
> Try deleting this file from your Aquamacs distribution:
> (adjust path to your installation).
> Let me know if that addresses the issue.
> - David
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