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revised How Can I create a PDF background which is not printed (by default)?
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Aug
13
revised How Can I create a PDF background which is not printed (by default)?
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Aug
13
revised How Can I create a PDF background which is not printed (by default)?
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Aug
13
revised How Can I create a PDF background which is not printed (by default)?
better structure due to the found solution
Aug
12
accepted How Can I create a PDF background which is not printed (by default)?
Aug
12
revised How Can I create a PDF background which is not printed (by default)?
added solution for non-printable backgrounds (my actual answer)
Aug
5
comment <F5> in vim-latex doesn't expand environment
@ReubenL. could you share how you fixed that problem? I'm inside the document env, but the expansion is wrong.
Aug
4
revised How Can I create a PDF background which is not printed (by default)?
a blatant typo
Jul
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revised How Can I create a PDF background which is not printed (by default)?
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Jul
24
revised How Can I create a PDF background which is not printed (by default)?
added the result of the print test + version
Jul
24
answered How Can I create a PDF background which is not printed (by default)?
Jul
24
comment How Can I create a PDF background which is not printed (by default)?
ocg-p seems interesting and adds important information: OCGs are part of the PDF specification since version 1.5, OCGs are not part of the ISO standard 19005 PDF/A-1, but part of the newer PDF/A-2 standard.
Jul
24
comment How Can I create a PDF background which is not printed (by default)?
it seems all of them are based on Asymptote. Coincidence?
Jul
24
revised How Can I create a PDF background which is not printed (by default)?
better name for pdf viewer
Jul
24
asked How Can I create a PDF background which is not printed (by default)?
Jul
24
comment I cannot get a (properly) underlined hyperlink in blue
dear sir, I've noticed that the second example seems to work only with \uline. However, the ulem package also provides \uuline or \dotuline. But these commands result in an error: Limit controls must follow a math operator. \UL@onmath ...hrest \mathop {\kern \z@ #1}\limits \sb {\UL@leadtype \LA@hski... l.21 \ULurl{http://foo.bar/%12%34}. What's the reason for that?
Jul
9
accepted “Drill holes” using glyphs or TikZ's even odd rule for text
Jul
5
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Jul
4
comment “Drill holes” using glyphs or TikZ's even odd rule for text
interesting, thanks for teaching me about fadingsfrompicture (didn't know about it). I also tried mupdf/zathura (my favourite pdf viewers). The second and third examples are only gray.
Jul
4
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