[accessibility] Current packages and methods of generating tagged PDF from LaTeX

Christopher Rowley c.a.rowley at icloud.com
Sat Jun 29 09:20:32 CEST 2019

Yes, Ulrike, I should have been clearer: I was only covering the common kind of sources used by publishers to produce books, where the “useful content” of the document is, in some sense, easily deducible from those sources!


> On 29 Jun 2019, at 13:08, Ulrike Fischer <fischer at troubleshooting-tex.de> wrote:
>>> authors and publishers can have very good reasons for not wishing to release the source.
>> Agreed, but it is quite easy to produce a “standardised LaTeX”
>> version of the document that would only contain
>> “sanitized/standardised LaTeX” without the stuff which they do not
>> want publicised: and thus version could not be used to recreate the copyrighted document.
> One of the documents I create contains exactly one word in the
> document body (\printinvoice} and a few lines of setup in the
> preamble.
> . . . 

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