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Digging deep I found this 9 day old question on stackexchange.com . The problem is depending on pgf and the preview package (seems to be a bug). A working solution is to save \shipout before \begin{document} and restore it afterwards (thank you krlmlr!). \documentclass[beamer,tikz,preview,multi]{standalone} ...

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i'm sure there's another question already that answers this, but i can't find it. if the idea is to get a small .pdf file to include somewhere else, there are two steps to follow: make sure the output doesn't have anything extraneous, like a page number. to do this, add \thispagestyle{empty} just after \begin{document}. when you have the minimal .pdf ...

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A user only needs to save the definition of \shipout just before \begin{document}, and restore it afterwards. Surprisingly, this also works when preview is loaded with the delayed option. \documentclass{scrartcl} \pagestyle{empty} \usepackage{pgfcore} \usepackage[active,tightpage]{preview} \let\myshipout\shipout \begin{document} \let\shipout\myshipout ...

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