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Package ctable loads package transparent. Both package transparent and tikz implements transparency. This needs access to a page resource, a dictionary ExtGState for the transparent values. Unhappily, the LaTeX format has overslept the PDF development quite entirely. Managing global resources is the prime task for an OS, format in TeX speek. Because of the ...


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Just add handout as an option for the beamer document class. \documentclass[handout]{beamer}


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I do not know which is your system --- in TeXLive pdftex should embed all fonts by default since ages. In the linked article you can see it. To check, I used this MWE: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{mathpazo} \begin{document} This is just an example $a^b-\sqrt{c}$. \end{document} and with the utility pdffonts: [romano:~/tmp] pdffonts example.pdf ...


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I will explain the preamble you should use if you want to follow the French canon des ateliers for B5 paper. The text width is a fraction of paperwidth – 3/4 for ordinary printing, 2/3 for neater printing and even 5/8 for luxury books. What remains is white space for horizontal margins. The inner margin is 4/10 of this white space, the outer margin is 6/10. ...


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I've just written a new package for spot colors. It's named colorspace and as its name suggests the goal is to provide tools related to PDF color spaces. Currently you can define spot colors (including tints with the ! notation) as well as mixed inks (up to 4, so shades, ie, a spot color with black, are now possible). For example: ...



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