JavaScript is a scripting language commonly implemented as part of a web browser.

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(La)TeX Web browser [closed]

I had an idea this morning and would like to share and to know if someone has already developed it somewhere! A Mozilla group is currently building a JavaScript Application able to transform any PDF ...
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How do I place a simple javascript in the resulting PDF?

I would like to use LaTeX to produce a PDF document with forms with the following features: -One or two user-modifiable text fields -One output text field -A "run" button that, when pressed, will take ...
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Beamer and JavaScript in a web browser

I have written a talk in Beamer and to illustrate one of my points I've written a program in JavaScript (well actually Processing). You can view it here (it seems to run ok in Chrome and Firefox, and ...
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Insert web content dynamically (Javascript?)

This year in my field we have a large conference overlapping with the European soccer championship. Luckily my talk does not overlap with any match, but in case it will happen in the future I was ...
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How to obtain a high quality image from a web browser source [closed]

How to create high quality images from a Javascript/Dojo image presented in a browser which can be used by LaTeX?
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Two column layout with form

So here is the basic idea: 2 column Layout, 1 column with text and 1 column with a form you can fill in Acrobat Reader etc. I tried to use parallel and/or paracol package along with the hyperref \...
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JavaScript/HTML/SVG rendered inside a TeX PDF document, impossible?

I have a pretty general question. I have a report that is automatically created from HTML and Javascript and is output as a PDF. I'm using JavaScript because it's the best and easiest way I've found ...
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hyperref: how to format text in a forms text-field

I would like to pre-format the text in a form text-field, e.g. make it bold, italic or use a specific font. The following code generates a simple text-field: \documentclass{scrreprt} \usepackage{...
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Example of Javascript form within pdflatex

Can someone please show me an example of how to include a simple Javascript form within a pdflatex document? Can someone please show me an example of accessing and modifying the PDF file's DOM from ...
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Automatic “Zoom in” hypertext boxes in PDF

I remember long time ago, seeing PDF documents (such as online PDF versions of newspapers) that had hypertext boxes around paragraphs, such that when you clicked inside those boxes the surrounded ...
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Hello World in pdfLaTeX

After many years being silent, TeX can now talk! Almost minimal code below! It should be of particular interest to Physicists and Cosmologists. Need to have Adobe Reader installed. \documentclass{...
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How do you say Happy New Year with LaTeX?

Title says it all. How do you wish "Happy New Year" to a TeXie? Compile the code below with pdfLaTeX, view it with "PDF Reader" or "Adobe Acrobat Pro" and press the "Happy New Year" button on the ...
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What is the best way to insert document-level JavaScript in LaTeX documents

I have been toying with the idea of converting some forms at work to interactive forms. I have tried some of the routines that come with insdljs, but they seem a bit dated. The idea is very attractive....