[OS X TeX] iPhone, anyone?
Adam M. Goldstein
a.m.goldstein at mac.com
Wed Jul 9 10:36:15 EDT 2008
On Jul 8, 2008, at 3:05 PM, François Chaplais wrote:
> one one the gratest things that I discovered when buying my first
> gen iPhone was its ability to display pdf files. That meant that my
> online papers could be viewed almost in anyplace through an iPhone.
> However, it turns out that a typical 10pt article is unreadable,
> twocollumn is a nightmare
I don't understand the problem . . . can't you rotate to landscape and
then zoom in, giving you a reasonably wide view? I have a palm pilot
and I do that, and it comes out ok, with the usual LaTeX size. There's
more scrolling around, but that's pretty easy, and probably is better
with an iPhone.
Is there a PDF viewer as a separate application, or do you work
through the web browser?
Adam M. Goldstein PhD MSLIS
Assistant Professor of Philosophy
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