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I was able to get this to work on 10.11.1 by adding a new key to the Preview.app plist. PVPDFSuppressSidebarOnOpening You can use the defaults write command to do this in Terminal. cd ~/Library/Containers/com.apple.Preview/Data/Library/Preferences/ defaults write com.apple.Preview PVPDFSuppressSidebarOnOpening true
Maybe you could try PDFPen. It's a bit expensive thought. A trial is available https://smilesoftware.com/PDFpen/index.html For me Foxit Reader does the job.
In Yosemite Preview: Select Tools > Annotate > Rectangle. This will create a rectangle with the default attributes. You can resize the rectangle with the handles. The Markup toolbar should appear automatically, but if it doesn't, choose View > Show Markup Toolbar. The second icon from the right is the fill color. Select that and click Show Colors... A ...
If you have a gmail account it will open and display XPS documents. Also there is an XPS-Reader application on the Mac app store.
Why not the obvious? Acrobat Reader DC?
I always ⌘+W to close the current preview then compile. Preview then reopens at the last position, with modifications. It's not that convenient, but works for me.
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