Can somebody confirm that the option everypage is having an impact on how often a layer is been printed during page creation? My understanding was that it's not.

However, in the example below my PDF viewer (Okular Version 0.24.2) the text a little bit bold.

I had this effects before with text that was printed multiple times at the same place. However, in the paper printed version everything is fine...



    foreground,%        Avoid multiple code execution.
    addvoffset=5em,%    Adapt position for better comparisim.
    addhoffset=1in + \oddsidemargin,% ...
    everypage,%     <--- Impact?
        Text in 'ExtraLayer'.


    \noindent Text in 'headings'.

Option activated: Upper text different than lower one Option activated: Upper text different than lower one.

Option deactivated: Upper and lower text look the same Option deactivated: Upper and lower text look the same.

I am using pdfTeX 3.14159265-2.6-1.40.17 (TeX Live 2016).

Can someone help? Thanks.

Best regards,



It seems that there is a little bug in scrlayer-scrpage.

There is no need to use everypage for a new new declared layer, because it will be printed on every page if you do not set one of the options evenpage, oddpage, floatpage or nonfloatpage.

But everypage could be helpful if you modify or clone an existing layer. Then everypage should reset the changes done by evenpage, oddpage, floatpage and nonfloatpage. But unfortunaly it resets the changes done by foreground and background too. So the layer in your code is printed twice: in foreground and background.

Workarounds if everypage is needed:

  • replace everypage by oddorevenpage, floatornonfloatpage
  • change the order of everypage and foreground to everypage, foreground.
  • Thanks for the quick answer! By the way: I am using 2016/06/14 v3.21 KOMA-Script Sep 22 '16 at 10:47
  • This is fixed in the current prerelease (3.22.2500) of the next KOMA-Script version (3.22). You can get prerelaeases from the KOMA-Script package repositories.
    – esdd
    Sep 28 '16 at 11:53

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