[OS X TeX] Re: OT: OS X 10.5.3
simon at simifilm.ch
Mon Jun 2 10:45:06 EDT 2008
On 02.06.2008, at 16:23, Adam M. Goldstein wrote:
> On Jun 2, 2008, at 3:29 AM, Simon Spiegel wrote:
>> On 02.06.2008, at 07:36, Eberhard Lisse wrote:
>>> Never had any problems whatsoever with this.
>>> But, get skim instead of xpdf (or Acrobat for that matter)
>> Skim also uses Apple's pdf system, so you don't win anything over
>> Preview in this regard. But since this bug – which I encountered
>> regularly with the mathpazo package – is fixed in 10.5.3, this
>> whole discussion is moot.
> Moot, at least, for this particular bug. I would like some pdf
> viewer that isn't dependent on Apple's pdf system,
Why exactly? The bug Apple introduced with Leopard was bad, no doubt
adoubt that, but besides that, what's wrong with Apple's pdf system?
They don't implement every single feature of PDF, but that's mainly
because not every single feature is open. There are some parts of PDF
no one can implement except Adobe.
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