15
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2answers
679 views

How to make ebook-friendly formula heavy documents?

Tablets and ebook readers can be very useful if you have to read a lot of scientific texts and papers, and don't want to print them all out. However, it can sometimes be really annoying, especially if ...
6
votes
0answers
203 views

Selecting a single word in ereaders

ebook readers let user select only a single word in the most PDF documents. However, when I try to select a word in a PDF generated with pdflatex (and also with latex), the ereader (i.e. sony prs600) ...
4
votes
0answers
370 views

pdf image zoom for Kindle [closed]

Is it possible to write something into a pdf document so that the Kindle can specifically zoom into an embedded (pdf) image? The Kindle has a 'cursor' and can do that with other (non-pdf) books. I ...
63
votes
3answers
12k views

LaTeX options for kindle?

I was wondering if there are any good settings to produce a PDF suitable for reading on a (6 inch) kindle. Main use is for intermediate reading of academic papers while they are being written: Text ...
61
votes
10answers
6k views

Preparing PDF files for ebook readers, etc.

People are nowadays increasingly often reading papers on screen, using ebook readers, tablet PCs, laptops, etc. A typical PDF file generated with Latex is far from ideal for such use; in particular, ...
46
votes
2answers
9k views

Creating Kindle-friendly versions of existing LaTeX documents

So let's say I have a large amount of documents (from ArXiv.org, suppose) that I have the LaTeX source for, and for which I would like to compile particularly Kindle-friendly versions. In particular, ...