[OS X TeX] Re: [OS X TeX] Re: [OS X =?windows-1252?Q?TeX=5D_Re=3A_=5BOS_X_TeX=5D_hyperref_strike?

Alain Schremmer Schremmer.Alain at gmail.com
Sat Nov 25 15:01:26 EST 2006

Georg Verweyen wrote:

> Alain Schremmer schrieb:
>> This is certainly in accord with Companion 2ed and equally certainly 
>> not the way I am using Showidx and this for the reason I  gave 
>> earlier, namely that the students I am writing for (who include women 
>> ;-) ) don't have instant recall and, for quite a while, need 
>> constantly to go back to the definition before the proper use of the 
>> term finally sinks in. Showidx helps them do that.
To Sneep: As see it, Hyperref indeed makes sense mostly/only in an 
electronic version but I still haven't graduated to a paperless 
environment. :-)
Best regards

> Just declare your own IndexAndMarginNote-Command, maybe you should 
> also have a look at the new marginnote package by Markus Kohm 
> decreasing the side effects of marginlines significantly.
> \usepackage{marginnote}
> \newcommand{\IndexAndMargin}[1]{%
>  \index{#1}\marginnote{#1}%
> }% -- untested --

I will play with it but since the only trouble Showidx ever gave me 
aside from not getting along with Hypereff—and that was no trouble at 
all—was with showing some symbols, I am in no hurry.

Best regards

P.S, What's going on with the Subject field:
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