[pdftex] Re: What's new with Acrobat 5.0
Paulo Ney de Souza
desouza at math.berkeley.edu
Tue Apr 10 16:19:11 CEST 2001
Many of the newer devices that are showing up now have "reflow"
as a built in necessity, including the PDF Reader for Palm's and
Microsoft Reader for PocketPC and Windows in general. This seems
to be in opposite to the course that TeX has always tracked on,
where the format of the page is defined at the time TeX is run (even
the file name that is produced DVI invokes something that is not
device dependent). It will be interesting to see how these two
are going to come together ...
Alan Shutko wrote:
> Donald Story <story at uakron.edu> writes:
> > I just uploaded a new article "What new with Acrobat 5.0". In this
> > short article, I'lve hightlighted some of the things that would be of
> > interest to TeX/LaTeX users. See
> One thing I didn't see mentioned is "Tagged PDF". I first found this
> mentioned at http://www.adobe.com/products/acrobat/readerforpalm.html,
> to allow reflow when breaking it down for their Palm "Acrobat"
> reader. I haven't seen this mentioned anywhere else, but it would be
> useful for TeX/LaTeX to produce such files....
> Does anyone know more about this?
> Alan Shutko <ats at acm.org> - In a variety of flavors!
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