[OS X TeX] Full Screen PDF presentation?

Tom Kornack tkornack at Princeton.EDU
Sun Nov 24 22:04:22 EST 2002

Hi folks:

I write all my presentations using pdftex in TeXShop. I currently use 
Acrobat reader to display the pdfs in a presentation mode - filling the 
screen and navigating with the arrow keys. Whereas Acrobat Reader 
renders text using antialiasing, it does not render embedded vector 
artwork using the same beautiful antialiasing. I notice, however, that 
Apple's pdf rendering engine provides much better output and does 
antialias my included pdf graphs, etc. Does anyone know of a simple 
presentation program that would display my pdfs full screen using 
Apple's pdf rendering? Could this be a feature of TeXShop?

A sample presentation is here:


Best Regards,

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