[Tugindia] feedback on pdfscreen
amitabhtrehan at softhome.net
Fri Sep 12 07:04:45 CEST 2003
> In my
> experience, going less than 15% of the screenwidth can cause bizarre
> results, that is why I hard wired it to a minimum of 15%.
> can have the navigation buttons as tiny stuff in the bottom with the
> command \bottombuttons.
Yes, thas's pretty good. I've used it.
> But you have
> to provide all the commands that change dimensions before \screensize,
> because, it is this function that does all the recomputation work.
That was the mistake I was making. I have given panelwidth before
screensize and it works fine now. I am also using custom code for my
panel as you suggested in the manual.
Here may be a useful idea:
pdfscreen has left and right panels but not top and bottom. Now, there may be certain cases where
top and/or bottom may be useful, such as where you have to keep some text unchanged throughout.
Maybe, pdfscreen can be configured to act like frames in HTML where you can make frames on any sides.
Here we can use panels even if they remain fixed.
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