[OS X TeX] Fixme question and favorite packages

Maarten Sneep maarten.sneep at xs4all.nl
Mon Jun 21 17:25:13 CEST 2004

On 21 jun 2004, at 16:43, Kyle Johnson wrote:

> How does one get a hold of pdfcprot? A search of CTAN doesn't find it.

It did for me (on the UK site).

Also useful to review once in a while:

In keeping with the theme of this thread: the ifthen and calc packages 
are also very useful, as are the ntg-classes, from which I took code to 
format my table of contents (no dotted lines...).

I also avoid the use of too many options when loading the hyperref 
package. Instead I try to use the hypersetup command for that as much 
as I can.

\hypersetup{colorlinks=true, linkcolor=blue, anchorcolor=black, 
     filecolor=red, menucolor=red, pagecolor=blue, urlcolor=red, 
     bookmarksnumbered=false, pdfborder=false, pdfpagemode={None}, 
     pdfstartpage=1, pdfstartview={FitH}, pdftitle={On the use of LaTeX 
in academia},
     pdfauthor={Maarten Sneep}, pdfsubject={You figure it out ;-)}

(For printed versions: set all colours to black).


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