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Latex PDF - Hyperref Zoom in - pdfview [duplicate]

I am currently strugelling with the following problem: I would like to create a TikZ graph in which I can click on the node text (hyperref) to jump and zoom in to another part of the graph: I ...
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LaTeX article to Prezi-style zooming dia -presention?

Prezi is a proprietary software here. I found beamer, powerdot, HA -prosper, prosper, slides and seminar. Which one or something similar should I use to create something like Prezi-style zooming dia ...
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How do I include a click-to-zoom thumbnail picture in a non-beamer document?

The Beamer class for presentations provides a way (using the \framezoom command) to include a picture in the document on which one can click to zoom in, and then zoom back out with another click. How ...
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Did anybody succeed in opening a text file at a certain line from a PDF link?

In my attempt to clarify some inconclusive topics and a part of the series "did anybody succeed" (e.g. Did anyone succeed in playing embedded movies inside Acrobat in Linux?), here it is a new ...
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Zooming on one of multiple images in a slide using Tikzpicture

I would like to zoom in on one of the 12 images that I have organized in 3 columns. There are 4 images per column, all the same height and width. There is one image that I would like to zoom in on ...
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generating flow of content in pdf (aka using the **zoombox** feature)

i am sure this feature is called something else entirely, but i have seen some recent pdfs in arxiv that seem to have information about the layout of the pdf such that when we click on a twocolumn ...
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Automatic “Zoom in” hypertext boxes in PDF; without javascript

In the following two questions Automatic "Zoom in" hypertext boxes in PDF (for pdftex) How do I include a click-to-zoom thumbnail picture in a non-beamer document? (for dvi family) @AlexG ...
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In Beamer: Zoom in on figure when clicked and zoom back out when clicked again

I'm completely new to Beamer and was wondering if there is a way to first show an overview of multiple images in a frame and then discuss each image in more detail by simply clicking on it to fill the ...
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Beamer figure grows larger when pointing on it

I am working on a beamer presentation where I would like to place a couple of graphs on one slide. The resolution is however not sufficient and I was wondering if it would be possible to enlarge the ...
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How to magnify pre-selected text?

I want to be able to magnify (by say 2X) a group of equations in the output of PDFLaTeX by a single click on the box containing them. A second click is to revert to the previous state. The viewer is ...
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How to enlarge image on click in ShareLaTeX or Overleaf?

I'm not very advanced in LaTeX. I don't know what e.g. XeLaTeX or LaTeX->dvipdfmx are. I only use ShareLaTeX and used to use Overleaf. I need to be able to insert thumbnails in a document which when ...
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Skipping multiple slides in beamer,back and forth

I'm preparing a beamer presentation which includes lengthy formulas and would like to be able to skip back or forth when I want to refer to a formula already stated...how can I achieve this
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Replace ocgtools' ocgpicture with ocgx [closed]

Since ogctools isn't working for me with TexLive2013, I try to rebuild its command \ocgpicture which shows a picture and by clicking on this it is show in full size. By clicking on the big picture it ...
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zooming with mouse over [closed]

I am looking for existing codes for magnifying pre-defined portions of text in PDF the output of LaTeX. The applications is for accessibility for the visually impaired, so from users' point of view ...
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Possible to make pan and zoom animation?

Is it possible to make a pan and zoom animation using Latex? For instance, in the enclosed image, is it possible to zoom on Hello World 1, stay there for a while then move to Hello World 2 ...