Perhaps try exiting from pdf mode (C-C C-t C-p) and then generating previews ( C-c C-p C-d). I believe that this results in the previews (which are png images. Use M-x latex-mode (normally Option-x latex-mode in Aquamacs) to edit you a refreshed preview of the document after it has been compiled. Previous message (by thread): [OS X TeX] Aquamacs and preview-latex; Next Just to follow up on the problem I reported with preview-latex.
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Unix has a lot of useful command-line tools, such as a2ps, still unsurpassed as a source code formatter. To use these tools you have to install MacPorts. Then you can install a2ps by typing in the terminal.
This does not work well. The output is shifted and smudged.
[OS X Emacs] scrolling in Aquamacs preview
Better is to open the Postscript file in Preview and then print it. This can be achieved by the command. This means, however, that ypu have to type your password every time the screen saver has kicked in. I don’t like this especially not during presentations!
Nevertheless, I sometimes want to lock my computer when I leave it for a short while. The utility Keychain aquamscs provides an easy way to do this.
This will put a little padlock in the menu bar.
[OS X TeX] Aquamacs and preview-latex
If you don’t find this quick enough, check Quickly lock your screenwhere Qquamacs Griffiths gives a neat trick to associate a keyboard shortcut with this command, together with many more ways to lock your Mac. PVS is a Theorem Prover, an environment that assists in formally proving properties of programs, a.
It can be downloaded from http: It uses emacs which is included in the standard distribution of Mac OS X, but it diverges severely from the interface Mac users are used to. Aquamacs Emacs is a version of emacs that is much easier to use.
This will appear below all other windows and aquzmacs go unnoticed. Use Cmd-Tab to find it. Free donate software to help you with this can be found on http: Table of Contents General Mac Hints.
A shorter way is to use the shell’s piping. Except where otherwise noted, content on this wiki is licensed under the following license: