[OS X TeX] font appearance

Ross Moore ross at ics.mq.edu.au
Mon Jun 17 18:18:33 EDT 2002

> Hi
> I've been toying with a big project...writing out lecture notes for a pretty
> content-full course (700powerpoint slides). So, naturally I think of
> TeXshop, but now with a critical eye on appearance and readability on the
> screen. I've decided that while Computer Modern is really attractive on
> paper, it's not so on the screen as rendered in pdf and wonder if anyone has
> any suggestions? Any suggestions with URL's to visit would really be
> appreciated!

Try these:

> If you promise not to read too carefully, I've spent an hour making a bit of
> rambling text to get a sense for myself...regular old HTML looks better, but
> of course no math or the printing attractiveness. My working control file is
> pasted below...again, a working file and messy with commented out lines.
> http://www.pa.msu.edu/~brock/isp213/isp211_1.pdf

This has much too much information on each page.
The font-size needs to be at least twice the size.

Hope this helps,

	Ross Moore

> Thanks...
> Ray

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