Hot answers tagged pdf
By default, HFS+ in OS X is case-insensitive. You have to specifically erase a partition and select case-sensitive for a partition to be case-sensitive. It's not that common, but there is software which requires case-insensitive HFS+. It's more common for legacy software to require case-sensitive HFS+. Of course, software should work on both, and most newer ...
What you might want to try is this: Duplicate the PDF you want to remove the pages from in the Finder Open the duplicate file, show the sidebar Select the page(s) you no longer want and press the backspace key Once you have deleted the pages you no longer want, save the duplicated file. If you like you can then open another PDF and drag the thumbnails from ...
Using Apple's mdls: mdls -name kMDItemNumberOfPages file.pdf to get just the number of pages: mdls -name kMDItemNumberOfPages -raw file.pdf
As of September 2015, this is a bug in newer versions of Chrome that the Chrome team is aware of. [I do not know the status since then] The alternatives are to use the zoom button in the lower right, a different browser, or take the pdf out of chrome into adobe reader.
The answer was in a comment by Jonathan Schuster to the question Reopen PDF in Preview on the same page when modified externally that Graham Miln pointed at. In his comment, Jonathan wrote For what it's worth, I've found Skim to be a good viewer that doesn't have this issue. Just make sure to check "Check for file changes" in the Sync section of ...
Only top voted, non community-wiki answers of a minimum length are eligible