[OS X TeX] An alternative to LateXIt; croppdf

Claus Gerhardt gerhardt at math.uni-heidelberg.de
Wed Jul 22 17:45:22 EDT 2009

Sorry, there was a silly typo in croppdf.scpt. Attached is the correct  


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On Jul 22, 2009, at 22:10, Claus Gerhardt wrote:

> Attached is a script and two shell scripts. The script croppdf  
> should be saved a TeXShop macro.
> (*Use this script to crop the pdf file corresponding to  a tex file  
> in TeXShop.
> Create a template that will show only the typed text when typeset  
> containing the command \thispagestyle{empty}. Type the text,  
> formulas etc, that you want and make sure that the formulas are not  
> tagged. Then run the script preferrably as a TS macro.
> The cropped output will then be pasted to the clipboard.
> Note that the script uses Heiko Oberdieck's perl script pdfcrop and  
> the shell script croppdf  which should both be saved in ~/Library/ 
> Flashmode/bin.
> *)
> Below is an example.
> <pastedGraphic.pdf>
> Claus
> <croppdf.zip>
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