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Jan
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comment Struggling with figure positioning
This is a very good document on the subject tug.org/TUGboat/tb34-1/tb106thurnherr.pdf might help.
Jan
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revised how to disable/enable etoolbox global command effect at different locations in a document?
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Jan
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revised how to disable/enable etoolbox global command effect at different locations in a document?
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Jan
1
comment tex4ht, html output: increase eps image resolution without affecting math images size
No problem. It works for me just fine. Gconvert -trim +repage -density 220 -geometry 50% -transparent '#FFFFFF' zz%%4.ps %%3 is also documented here tug.org/applications/tex4ht/mn3.html "Increase the density (number of dots per inch) when converting the pictures, and then sub-sample the picture."
Jan
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asked how to disable/enable etoolbox global command effect at different locations in a document?
Dec
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comment tex4ht, html output: increase eps image resolution without affecting math images size
Why not just use the geometry option as in: Gconvert -trim +repage -density 220 -geometry 50% -transparent '#FFFFFF' zz%%4.ps %%3 or the resample option as in Gconvert -trim +repage -density 220 -resample 120 -transparent '#FFFFFF' zz%%4.ps %%3`
Dec
31
comment conversion issues using htlatex and MathJax/mathML method
Yes, adding the {} helped. But it still had the same issue with not using the correct \dot{x} rendering. I use this matjax nice page cdn.mathjax.org/mathjax/latest/test/sample-dynamic.html to test things on mathjax directly. And mathjax itself can handle $\dot{x}^2$, so it seems the mathml generated by htlatex has issue with it. thanks.
Dec
31
comment conversion issues using htlatex and MathJax/mathML method
It also failes on $\dot{x}^2$ producing this !Mathematica graphics, after many hours trying many different combinations, I gave up on tex4ht+mathml+mathjax. It is not working. Back to using tex4ht+ png for math. At least png for math works. Also the suggestion to leave equations unchanged did not work for me. I give up :)
Dec
26
comment Book or website about book design
I am not going to argue here that the future of publication is the web and not the paper since almost everyone here would disagree with this, being this is a Tex group and no one wants to hear this. But you do whatever you want and learn whatever you want. good luck. Just remember what happened to the encyclopedia britannica and how wikipedia killed it off. After 244 years, the Encyclopaedia Britannica is going out of print. mediadecoder.blogs.nytimes.com/2012/03/13/…
Dec
26
accepted how to make ragged bottoms of columns in multicols when preventing page breaks?
Dec
26
comment how to make ragged bottoms of columns in multicols when preventing page breaks?
@dcmst thanks that worked. If you like to add this as answer so I can accept and close this.
Dec
26
comment Book or website about book design
I was not talking about eBooks. I am talking about direct digital publication to the web itself. This is the future. HTML5 and CSS3 already have very advanced tools to make very well structured layouts on the web. Advanced grid layout, typesetting and more. This is the future of publication. See newspapers moving to the web, etc.. The web allows live content as well, mixed with static content, which makes it much more rich for learning than just paper. If I have the time, that is what I would learn.
Dec
26
comment Book or website about book design
No body read books any more (ok, some do). People read the web. Learn how to do publication targeting the web. That is the future of publication. Not paper.
Dec
26
revised how to make ragged bottoms of columns in multicols when preventing page breaks?
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Dec
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asked how to make ragged bottoms of columns in multicols when preventing page breaks?
Dec
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accepted How to make width of an inner table use full column width of an outer table?
Dec
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accepted How to put tabularx inside tabularx
Dec
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accepted What is the correct way to calculate \multicolumn size when using tabularx?
Dec
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revised What is the correct way to calculate \multicolumn size when using tabularx?
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Dec
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asked What is the correct way to calculate \multicolumn size when using tabularx?