Following the comment of @kmacinnis, I tried to upgrade my OS X to
Yosemite 10.10.5, and finally
El Captain 10.11.1; I also deleted everything under
~/Library/Containers/com.apple.Preview/; however I did not touch other things under
~/Library/ because I am not sure which belong to
The result is that
Preview still does not work. Even worse than
Yosemite 10.10.1, each time I re-compile by
make under a terminal, I have to click on the
Preview window to refresh (I did not have to do this under
Yosemite 10.10.1, then it goes systematically to the first page.
I used to compile tex under
Ubuntu and view them with
okular. After each re-compilation, the viewers reload automatically the PDF file and stay almost always at the modification location (or last viewed location, which is almost always same as the modification location in practice).
Now, I switch to
Mac OS X Yosemite 10.10.1, and I cannot find an ideal reviewer.
Preview, it does reload the PDF automatically after each re-compilation, but it always goes systematically to the first page.
Adobe Reader, it does not reload automatically.
TexShop, the characters are not very clear. And it does not reload automatically for me.
Skim, which is recommended by many people, the problem is that it flashes one time, and then goes to the modification location. I guess in the first place, it goes to a position and then adjust a little bit. As a consequence, it is annoying.
Does anyone know a better viewer or a solution?