[OS X TeX] Math font wierdness

Andrew Farmer andfarm at thibs.menloschool.org
Sun Oct 13 16:58:10 EDT 2002

At 13 October, 2002 Themis Matsoukas wrote:
> This is a problem with the previewer, not with the pdf file. The 
> bottom of some symbols (integrals, large parentheses) appears truncated 
> in the TeXShop previewer, if these symbols extend beyond the visible 
> part of the page (a problem at high magnifications). If you scroll to 
> bring the full equation in view, the previewer does not fully refresh 
> the page and these symbols look like they are missing their bottom. To 
> force the previewer to refresh, scroll to the position you want, go one 
> page back (or forward), then return to the page you want. The symbols 
> should look fine. Or, decrease the magnification so that you see the 
> full page. This solution works in OS X 10.1.5. Still, the file prints 
> correctly regardless of how it looks on the screen.  

Not true. The printed version looks incorrect as well.

For anybody who wants to test this problem, here's a test file:

$$\sqrt{\dfrac{1}{2}}$$ \\ $$\left(\dfrac{1}{2}\right)$$

The printed version has truncated radical and parentheses when printed
from TeXShop or Preview. However, Acrobat views and prints this just

Ugh. Hope this isn't a NSPDFRepresentation bug.

Andrew Farmer
andfarm at thibs.menloschool.org

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