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answered animate controls as part of the image
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comment How to embed videos in pdf with ConTeXt?
@Aditya : But then, width=..., height=..., extras=... would look like optional settings. However, width and height are needed to correctly size the widget and therefore should be mandatory arguments. How does ConTeXt distinguish between mandatory and optional arguments? Could you give me some pointer to where this is documented and how to define new commands?
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answered Improving clarity of embedded videos using media9
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revised animate package: how to correctly display image files with different size
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answered animate package: how to correctly display image files with different size
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answered Animation In Petersen Graph
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comment Animation In Petersen Graph
I am not familiar with Petersen graphs nor with what a cycle means here. That is why I am asking. Up to now, I can see the outer edges being coloured blue one by one, one at a time. Do you want them to be successively coloured blue until all of them are blue, and if so, in which order? What about the nodes?
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comment Animation In Petersen Graph
Would you please explain in more detail what you want to achieve?
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comment Include figure from Hyperlink continuouly on LaTex
@MuthuKumar Do you want the picture to be loaded at compile time or at viewing time?
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comment How do I achieve frame-by-frame viewing of video?
I think about removing stepping, because it never worked reliably.
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answered How do I achieve frame-by-frame viewing of video?
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comment No autoPlay or controls using media9 + VPlayer
(2) VPlayer.swf is chromeless. That means, there are no skins you could use with it. The ones for VideoPayer.swf from Acrobat cannot be used with VPlayer. However, the whole video display of VPlayer acts as a Pause button. Cick it and keep the button pressed, the video pauses. Release the mouse button and the video resumes playing. If you release the mouse button only after moving the mouse out of the video, the video remains paused. Alternatively, VPlayer can be controlled (a) via the keyboard, (b) via mouse right click (context menu); for (b) add option passcontext to \includemedia.
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comment No autoPlay or controls using media9 + VPlayer
(1) While the package file (media9.sty) you are using is up-to-date, the file VPlayer.swf embedded in the PDF is not. (I had a look into the PDF file I fetched from Dropbox.) Perhaps there is an old version of VPlayer.swf in the current directory which gets embedded instead of the installed (right) one.
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comment Animation with LaTeX Tables
If you want the table to grow on click, put option step to the animateinline environment.
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comment How click an icon to open a video?
@Peyton I always install the full scheme, to be on the save side, minus some support/documentation packages for exotic languages.
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comment Reference Equation (\eqref) Before Equation Is Written/Defined
Look into the amsmath documentation for examples (texdoc amsldoc). Equations (single ones, aligned ones, multiline ones etc.) are automatically numbered. The cited doc is full of examples that make sense.