[pdftex] Acrobat and /Dur key
pfr+pdftex at cs.cmu.edu
Wed Aug 29 18:50:55 CEST 2001
I don't have a file handy for testing, but I beleive that with AR4.05
on Linux, if you set the "Advance every ___ seconds" box, then if the
/DUR key existed, then the time specified in the menu was ignored and
the /DUR value was used. Perhaps this "feature" has not been "fixed"
in AR5.0 for windows. You could use a large \DUR value if you want to
Third Year Ph.D. Student
Computer Science Department, Carnegie Mellon University
Stephan Lehmke writes:
> On Wed, 29 Aug 2001 11:01:09 +0200, Hans Hagen wrote:
> > it's not gone, the whole auto-full screen transition piece of code is crap,
> > actually it has been so since the beginning; some versions of reader
> > support it, some versions of exchange, and now both reader and exchange
> > fail on it.
> Well as there seems to be no way of holding two
> different versions of acrobat on a single windows
> system, and there is no sign of it ever getting
> remedied, it might as well be gone for good.
> My next lecture starts on Oct 1, I need something
> which will work at this point in time.
> > sure, use a timer and advance the page one by one; beware: the times stuff
> > is also buggy since it keeps running when the docu is closed, so you need
> > to catch exceptions and kill the script nicely. Of course this is only
> > possible in acro 5 so then opening your file in version 4 will pop up an
> > error message.
> for some code which could be plugged into
> hyperref's implementation of pdfpageduration ;-)
> Is animated TeX code (or animated MetaPost diagrams)
> supported by ConTeXt?
> If yes, maybe I can deduce something from that
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