[XeTeX] XeTeX, fancy headers and htlatex
spence at saar.de
Tue Jan 30 23:26:04 CET 2007
On 30 Jan 2007, at 21:54 , Peter Dyballa wrote:
> Make use of Robert's "bilingual" template. For PDF you would use all
> of the features available in XeTeX, for output from LaTeX you could
> include micro-typography and for conversion to HTML make it even
> simpler. More effort won't be seen (IMO).
I've just been looking at a lengthy example René sent me off-list.
The result of processing it with LaTeX was remarkably good PDF (apart
from one widow and one overlong line containing a URL), and running
htlatex on it without any special parameters produced a perfect HTML
document (valid HTML 4.01 Transitional and valid CSS, according to
the W3C validator service). I don't really see what René would gain
by using XeTeX to produce the PDF version, unless he doesn't like the
look of the Times and Helvetica fonts he's currently using.
(I feel like an absolute traitor saying this on this list... ;-)
-- Rob Spence
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