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Jun
1
comment After one has made many grid based puzzles how does one make then into a PDF ready for printing
Seems to be a really stupid spammer. Just see his user page tex.stackexchange.com/users/53810/alan-ross Full of spam!
Jun
1
comment After one has made many grid based puzzles how does one make then into a PDF ready for printing
@alanross If it worked for all your books, why the hell you don't just use what worked so far? Are you just spammimg? Two out of three 5-star reviews of your Kakuro book seem to be written by yourself. Okay, i got the message! Score adjusted EOT
Jun
1
comment After one has made many grid based puzzles how does one make then into a PDF ready for printing
@alanross First, you say you don't want to compose images and give a format like 123456789. Then you have "proved it" and you magicly have images. Okay, use them! Are you just trolling? With this confusing question style nobody can help you!
Jun
1
answered After one has made many grid based puzzles how does one make then into a PDF ready for printing
Jun
1
comment After one has made many grid based puzzles how does one make then into a PDF ready for printing
@alanross What do you mean with computer format? Can you export to a standard format like 81 or Simple Sudoku? I've written a bash script createlpsudoku, which transform Sudoku formats into lpsudoku environments that can be used in a LaTeX document. See: logicpuzzle.square7.de/createlpsudoku and ctan.org/tex-archive/graphics/pgf/contrib/logicpuzzle
Jun
1
comment After one has made many grid based puzzles how does one make then into a PDF ready for printing
I'm using logicpuzzle.sty + qqwing and a bash script to automaticly creating a Sudoke magazine, see: logicpuzzle.square7.de/lpsmag and logicpuzzle.square7.de/texdoku! Up to now it is really unclear want you really want to do! Create puzzles or just composing existing puzzle images on a page?
May
29
answered seeking bibtool for Windows binary
May
21
comment Can I make an “abbreviation expansion” in PDF visible?
@StephanLehmke The main differnece is, that PDF Text Markup Annotations are well defined in the PDF Reference and the highlighting is done in the viewers! They might also look a bit different in different viewers. \pdfmarkupcomment just tells the viewer to use its 'Squiggly' highlight.
May
21
comment Can I make an “abbreviation expansion” in PDF visible?
@StephanLehmke Maybe a bit late, but \pdftooltip just boxes any material (text, graphic, ...) and just uses the size and position to calculate where to place the tooltop. If want to have light gray underline, you are free to do it on your own, e.g. in \myulpdftt!
May
18
accepted \write18 encoding
May
18
comment \write18 encoding
Works like a charm! Thank you!
May
18
revised \write18 encoding
changed aspect of question
May
18
revised \write18 encoding
updated code
May
18
comment \write18 encoding
Yes, this works with pdflatex and utf8 encoding. There are still encoding problems, when using latin1 instead. Anyway, thank you very much, Mrs.(!!!) Fischer ;-)
May
18
asked \write18 encoding
May
9
revised Automatically highlight undefined references
added another pic
May
9
answered Automatically highlight undefined references
May
9
comment What kind of data can be gleaned from a PDF created in LaTeX?
For pdfcomment simply use the final option -> so no PDF annotation will be typeset
May
8
comment difficulty creating PDF of Wikipedia page via LaTeX using Pandoc
If you are just interested in a result see listserv.dfn.de/cgi-bin/… Dirk Hünniger's project is now an official Wikipedia project: mediawiki2latex.wmflabs.org
May
3
awarded  Nice Answer