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My PDF prevents my audience from using their mice

This is a viewer issue. Adobe Reader, Skim and Preview all pick up the first column, as you would expect. I can only reproduce the issue with old versions of Evince and Okular. I don't have a recent ...
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Clicking link or bookmark opens page in full height in ConTeXt PDF

focus=width is exactly the correct option. For me it works nicely with ConTeXt from TL2017 and the Evince fork Atril. \setupinteraction [state=start, focus=width] \starttext \completecontent \...
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Invisible text even when selected (in Evince)

The accsupp package allows the typeset text to be different from the copy/paste text. See SUPPLEMENT for alternative. \documentclass{article} \usepackage{accsupp} \newcommand\nosee[1]{% \...
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Inverse search on AUCTeX opens file in new Emacs window instead of main Emacs window - how to avoid that?

As noted in a comment, the answer (setq same-window-regexps '("\\.tex$")) has the unintended consequence of breaking the AucTeX commands C-c C-l and C-c C-` . One way to fix this is to ...
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Automatically Move Auxiliary Files to Subdir with Auto-Compiling Vimtex

You can mostly achieve this using vimtex's build_dir setting (see vimtex help :h vimtex_compiler_latexmk and this conversation explaining that "this allows to define an output directory where all ...
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Inverse search on AUCTeX opens file in new Emacs window instead of main Emacs window - how to avoid that?

A solution to this question, provided by Mike Shulman, is to use (setq same-window-regexps '("\\.tex$"))
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Invisible text even when selected (in Evince)

Great thanks to Nelson for his enlightening informations in his answer! As Nelson explains, uses Evince the Poppler library to display pdf files. The change in Poppler he mentioned, with which any ...
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Evince: how to do a forward-search from Terminal?

There is no command line option for Evince to provide a synctex line number. However, if the pdf file is already opened in Evince, you can call the Evince daemon directly via dbus to execute the ...
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How to mix single-sided and double-sided pages to render in "dual view"?

This shows how to create double pages using flowfram. Note that \textwidth doesn't change with the frame width. \documentclass{article} \usepackage{xcolor} \usepackage[papersize={405mm,200mm},margin=...
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Invisible text even when selected (in Evince)

That "transparency selection" feature was implemented in Poppler, the pdf library used by Evince and Okular. The motivation was to correctly support documents created by tesseract: see ...
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How to make a PDF viewer jump to the latest tex update?

Can't tell how vim-latex's preview work, but setup forward and backward search in vim can be done with little configuration using zathura, based on this gist : https://gist.github.com/vext01/...
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Forward search with vim-latex and evince

I went to the 'Help' section of evince and found out about Synctex. The instructions online say that you should install the whole gedit-plugins, however my solution involved installing only gedit-...
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Emacs + SyncTex + Evince

You need to (i) tell Emacs what is your document viewer, and then (ii) configure the document viewer to collaborate with Emacs to use the inverse search, that is, Ctrl+left click. I don't think that ...
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