[OS X TeX] Reading LaTeX on Palm OS?
jushen at gmail.com
Sat Oct 22 22:17:32 EDT 2005
On 10/22/05, David Derbes <loki at uchicago.edu> wrote:
> On Oct 22, 2005, at 4:36 PM, Jason Davies wrote:
> >> Adobe has a (fairly old) Acrobat Reader and conduit for Palm OS. I
> >> have successfully uploaded LaTeX PDF's to a Palm, but the equations
> >> are mostly devoid of their symbols. I guess this is a font issue, but
> >> I don't really know.
> > It's not there yet - Palm PDA setups don't render PDFs but only
> > their content. I recently asked for help
> > with creating rtf here(but just haven't had a chance to implement
> > it.) But a Palm will render rtf through
> > various readers and hmtl too. But not pdf- which makes sense - who
> > wants to read a full-size sheet of
> > paper on a tiny screen - you'd be scrolling indefinitely...
> Alan Munn has been extremely helpful, and things are better.
> However, there is an alternative to PDF's. There is a DVIViewer for
> Palms, freeware:
> You may need, as I do, to create some fonts with metafont, but the
> author of this program gives instructions on how to do this.
> David Derbes
On Windows, the best solution is to convert your document to RepliGo
No any other software can compete with it even remotely. There's no
such converter on Mac (yet?).
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