I am writing lecture notes in Euclidean/Noneuclidean geometry, see here. The lecture 10 is about geometric constructions, where I use some java applets for construction.

So far I made a hyperlink from .pdf file to .html file, which contains the links to all constructions. But I would like to keep everything in one pdf-file. (So one could download single file and do everything offline.)

Any ideas?

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    What do you want to keep in the PDF? Do you want something attach or embed? Then read the manuals of attachfile2 and embedfile, both part of the oberdiek bundle. – Speravir Nov 7 '12 at 23:46
  • @Speravir, I guess I can attach few files to my .pdf file. Does one of these packages makes possible to open one of attached .html files in a browser? – Anton Petrunin Nov 8 '12 at 0:36
  • I do not know, but believe there was already a question here on TeX.SX, look for yourself: tex.stackexchange.com/search?q=embedfile+attachfile+attachfile2. – Speravir Nov 8 '12 at 0:44
  • I think this approach is better: Put all files into a directory or in an additonal subdirectory. Let all students start the HTML file, where you link to PDF and the java applets. Pack in a ZIP file or similar. – Speravir Nov 8 '12 at 2:11
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    Ah, question, I thought of, found: How do I make an attached file display like a link?. – Speravir Nov 8 '12 at 2:39

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