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{fancytooltips} allows to insert tooltips into PDF documents. A tooltip is a popup window that appears if the mouse hovers or clicks particular areas.

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Previewing bibliography entries on mouse-over of the PDF's citation links

I had the brilliant idea to have my generated PDF display the bibliography entry as a tooltip when someone hovers over the citation number with his/her mouse pointer. I found this question which ...
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A problem with using fancytooltips package

I'm trying to use fancytooltips package to create comments/tips that include mathematical formulas (I use MikTeX 2.9). I acted according to the directions of this guide Mouseover events in beamer: ...
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fancytooltips fails to display popup windows with documentclass{jfm}

I am writting an article using the \documentclass{jfm} provided by the journal and I have some issues with the fancytootip package. It doesn't display the popup windows but when I come back in \...
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I need to use the fancytooldtips package in a number of plain tex documents

I have been handed down a number of rather long documents, compiled in plain Tex. My task is to implement the fancytooltip package in these documents for various purposes. The package in question is ...
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Explanatory notes (for BibTex or BibLaTeX “fields”) showing on mouse-hover (a.k.a. tooltip) when hovering over references' fields

Imagine you have a bibtex reference entry with many different (also non-standard: called e.g. this1 here) "fields", as such: @online{foo, title = {...}, url = {...}, urldate = {...}, this1 = {...
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Knitr Plot Tooltips for ADA Compliance

I would like to use Knitr to generate plots in R that have hover-over tooltips. Here is a working example without an R tooltip: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{pdfcomment} \begin{...