[OS X TeX] White vs. Transparent?
will.adams at frycomm.com
Fri Mar 24 07:12:08 EST 2006
On Mar 23, 2006, at 9:08 PM, david craig wrote:
> Jeepers, would it have been too much @&^$%@$!!#% trouble to put the
> words "invisible" or "transparent" in the index of the bloody
> I tried guessing, but I would not have stumbled on THAT. Yes, I
> see it now in some of the gnarly examples in Companion 2/e.
> Thanks for letting me in on the secret! It's one Google didn't
> turn up for me.
> (It's &@@$& like this that makes TeX only for those with a strong
Well, FWIW, earlier this week I posted the following to this list:
> Just set it in a font and size which reasonably approximates a
> typical student's handwriting in a \vphantom or other non-marking box
> w/ an \allowbreak or some such after and it'll ``just work''.
senior graphic designer
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