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Is there a way to create a picture of a sequence of screens in Latex (e.g. the procedure of a priming experiment)?

I'd like to ask if you are aware of a method to create a picture of a sequence of screens in Latex. I want to include a picture/schema of the procedure of a priming experiment in my thesis, but I don'...
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Guidance on producing screen-readable documents

Is there any guidance on creating good screen-readable documents using LaTeX? I'm aiming to make ‘tablet-friendly’ versions of documents primarily intended for paper, so I'm looking for fairly ...
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Viewing latex file and pdf file in split screen mode

I want to have both latex source code on left half of screen and compiled pdf file on right side of screen. How can I do ths
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Texmaker pdf viewer works only while embedded but depending on extension monitor

I have the problem described in the title (exactly as in this question). Problem: While having the pdf viewer embedded there is no problem. When unchecking the embedded option, I cannot open the ...
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TeXstudio not large enough to use on a 4k display

Using TeXstudio, the icons and menus are almost invisible on my 4k display (3840 x 2160 pixels, 28"). Is it possible to adjust the graphics so that TeXstudio could be usable on my 4k display?
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Combining Aquamacs (editing buffer and speedbar) and Skim into one window [closed]

Is it possible to combine Aquamacs editing buffer and the speedbar with Skim in one window? If possible, I would like to be able to open all three windows from one button on an Apple macbook using OSX ...
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Screen-friendly layout for preview

When editing a LaTeX document, I prefer having the source on one display and a live preview (by means of latexmk -pvc or similar) on another display. When the secondary display can be physically ...
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Two pdfs (screen and print) from one .tex file

I want to generate two pdfs from one .tex file. There are two packages namely pdfscreenand screen for creating a document either for print as output or for viewing the pdf generated online. How can ...
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Create PDFs that assume different colours on screen and on paper

Is there a way to make PDFs assume different colours when viewed on screen as opposed to when printed on paper? As an example, I am using the titlesec package to make section labels a fancy dark blue....
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Embed TeX as a typesetting system for an eBook reading application

Are there any projects or information on how to use TeX to typeset texts for screen reading? That is, I want to get the beautiful output of TeX to render in a browser-like desktop application. I want ...
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Optimising for on-screen viewing

I have found some examples where a document, which is not a presentation, was nevertheless typeset with a papersize fitting screen aspect ratio: A ConTeXt manual Another ConTeXt manual The pdfscreen ...
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How to make a switch for print vs. display versions of a document with respect to links/URLs

I want the print version of a document have links or URLs written out but the online version have the abbreviated tag/name. So the switch, set at the beginning, will choose between two alternatives, ...
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Screen friendly/easy on the eyes background

Do you have suggestions on how to make a PDF file easier to read on a computer screen? By this I mean anything which isn't changing the format and layout, as this has been discussed in other questions ...
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Which font is the most comfortable for on-screen viewing?

It is subjective question. I actually want to put it in the Community Wiki but I cannot find the check box to mark it as a Community Wiki question. Among fonts listed in The LaTeX font catalogue ...
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Is there a document class optimized for small screens (i.e. phone screens)

I happen to read more documents on my (android) phone, including scientific papers from the arXiv (where the TeX source is available). Obviously, such a narrow screen is not well suited to read papers ...
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Is there a way to make standard LaTex PDF output look good *on screen* as well

While LaTeX-based PDFs are generally very good when printed, I find most of them really hard and annoying to read on-screen when viewing the full page. Most line widths are very small, which results ...
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