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Nov
7
comment How to use downloaded fonts with pdfLaTeX on Ubuntu
@Anony-Mousse Edit done
Nov
7
comment How to use downloaded fonts with pdfLaTeX on Ubuntu
@Anony-Mousse Can you please open a new question about how to use installfont-tl. Then I can give a detailed answer. That's not possible here in a comment.
Nov
7
comment How to use downloaded fonts with pdfLaTeX on Ubuntu
@Anony-Mousse What did you do exactly? Did you use -l without specifying a directory? If you want to install the font into your local TeX tree, then don't use -l at all! installfont-tl uses $TEXMFLOCAL by default!
Nov
2
comment attaching a file to latex
@shivam No, you can embed any file!
Sep
11
comment File size generated from Pdflatex is too big
@daleif That shouldn't be the case: "These fonts, or suitable substitute fonts with the same metrics, must always be available in all PDF readers and so need not be embedded in a PDF. PDF viewers must know about the metrics of these fonts." OTOH, we've just had a thread in the german pdf newsgroup, that a bank sent account informations without embedded Arial-BoldMT causing immense trouble under Linux.
Sep
11
comment File size generated from Pdflatex is too big
You can use one of the Standard Type 1 Fonts (Standard 14 Fonts) (en.wikipedia.org/wiki/…) (Times. Courier, Helvetica) and forbid embedding them. PDF readers must have 'local' copies of these fonts. Embeded fonts are quite big if you only have 50kb. But this is just as braindead as your instructor.
Sep
2
comment Tooltip with glossary items
No, this can not work. Both, the link and the tooltip are so called PDF annotations. These define a rectangle and an action, which will be performed after a click or a mouse-over on the defined area. In the same area one annotaion overlays the other. Links seem to have priority.
Aug
28
comment How to overlay a call-out box on text?
@ShalabhJain Then you can maybe tinker something with Tikz's callout library! See: tex.stackexchange.com/questions/146225/… or tex.stackexchange.com/questions/131012/notes-on-sentences/…
Aug
28
comment How to overlay a call-out box on text?
@ShalabhJain For constant overlay you can use FreeText annotations (type=callout). See: mirrors.ctan.org/macros/latex/contrib/pdfcomment/doc/… OTOH, these annotaions must be placed by hand on the page and are therefore not very handy!
Aug
23
comment Practical use of Lua
Why not? ;-) -shell-escape is the important part! If you want to use lua in your document, then it works only with lualatex. OTOH, getmap calls an external lua script, which means the script is executed with texlua. That's the lua interpreter of luatex. This works for all engines including pdflatex. But it needs the -shell-escape switch to allow the execution of external scripts.
Jun
25
comment Notepad++ automatically completing \begin{env} \end{env}
@KevinC Uwe Ziegenhagen uses AutoHotkey for such things, see: uweziegenhagen.de/?p=2763
Jun
20
comment Using cabin cooperatively
You could install the font in a TDS-complaiant way in your git repository. Then all team members have to declare this directory as new local TeX tree, run texhash and include the map file. OTOH, using an OTF font is easier!
Jun
20
comment How can a package be listed on CTAN but not be available in Tex Live?
@norbert It seems i misinterpreted pakietomat.wordpress.com/2014/05/27/getmap. It states - after the translation ;-) - to install TL2014 to use getmap. At that time there was only TL2014 pretest available.
Jun
18
comment How can a package be listed on CTAN but not be available in Tex Live?
@Jubobs I think you just have to wait a little bit. The freeze of TL2013 was April 17th. My getmap package (uploaded in May) is at the moment also not available in TL2014. Although, I've read in a blog post that is was part of TL 2014 pretest. Maybe they just forgot to copy these packages or they simply need another day for it. I don't know if they have to recreate the packages for TL2014.
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
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
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.