[texhax] LaTeX Pagination Reversed

Reinhard Kotucha reinhard.kotucha at web.de
Sun Apr 9 01:35:44 CEST 2006

>>>>> "Karl" == Karl Berry <karl at freefriends.org> writes:

  >     the inner margin must be half of the outer margin, since the
  > inner margins will butt against each other in the spread.

  > Except for the physical fold-into-the-spine of the (typical) book,
  > which makes it appear much less.  I've had to read many books
  > where the words at the end of a line on a left-hand page, and/or
  > the beginning of a line on a right-hand page, are on a curve,
  > disappearing into the spine, while there's tons of "wasted" white
  > space on the outside.  Very frustrating.  I've mostly seen it in
  > novels/etc.

The problem is that publishing houses ask for "camera ready copies"
today.  Nobody cares about typography.

Do you have similar problems with books released 30 years ago?


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