[OS X TeX] Screen Rendition and pdf's

Adrian Heathcote adrian.heathcote at philosophy.usyd.edu.au
Wed Nov 13 00:27:28 EST 2002


I found the following in the fact file about the 10.2.2 upgrade. I 
thought it might be of interest to the list.

"Addresses an issue in which some PDF files created within Mac OS X do 
not open as expected with Adobe Acrobat Reader 5."

Adrian Heathcote

On Wednesday, November 13, 2002, at 02:24  AM, Bob Kerstetter wrote:

> On Tuesday, Nov 12, 2002, at 00:15 US/Central, Adrian Heathcote wrote:
>> This is slightly off-topic I know but is anyone else seeing a quite 
>> different screen display under this new 10.2.2. My screen looks as 
>> though the contrast has been heightened and sharpened. It is changing 
>> the readability level of the TeXShop pdf display. My computer now 
>> looks as I might feel after a Very good night's sleep.
> Look at "font smoothing style" in the General System Preferences pane. 
> New with 10.2, maybe, you can select it or let the software choose the 
> "best" display method.
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