2 Aug 2005 12:56

### Tiff file handling

Is it possible to handel .tiff format figures in Miktex? If so could anybody tell how.

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3 Aug 2005 07:01

### Re: Tiff file handling


On Tue, August 2, 2005 4:26 pm, Pradeep S. Dey said:
> Is it possible to handel .tiff format figures in Miktex? If so could
> anybody tell how.

http://www.miktex.org/manual/miktexinilayout.html#id584635

Guess, tiff files are internally converted to some other format and have
no idea if something is lost in the conversion.

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3 Aug 2005 09:13

### Re: Hyperref-- Threading in PDF using LaTeX


On Tue, August 2, 2005 11:13 am, josef dev said:

> I am using Hyperref package, it works well but there is nothing for
> Threading, How we can achieve that, there is one command
> "\Acrobatmenu{action}{text}" which creates button in PDF, thus we can
> create Thread or ArticleThreads button in PDF but still it will be
> required to manually select the text boxes in PDF.

Hyperref.sty doesn't do anything with thread.  You have to write your own
output routines to provide article threads in PDF.  There are two
primitives available in pdfTeX which you can make use of:  (i) \pdfthread

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3 Aug 2005 18:40

### Suggestions requested

I have appended a tex file below; this file is used
to produce three lines of output.
1. In the first line I have used \cdot 3; is this correct?
Or should we use .3?
2. In the second line, to give the limits to \lim, I have
used \limits after declaring \mathop{\lim}.  Is this
correct?
3. In the third line, LHS of the equation seems to be
OK, while on the RHS, the alignment of y_1 and y_2
is not suitable.
Sincerely,
M. Kalidoss

---------- beginning of the sample file-------------------------------------------
\documentclass{article}
\usepackage{amsmath}
\begin{document}
$M_R=\mathop{% \begin{bmatrix}1&1\\0&0\end{bmatrix} }% \limits_{R_{.4}} =\begin{matrix}x\\y\end{matrix}% \mathop{% \begin{bmatrix}\cdot 3&\cdot 2\\0&1\end{bmatrix} }% \limits^{% \begin{matrix}a&b\end{matrix}}$


4 Aug 2005 05:10

### Font problem

Hi,

I have a problem with installing fonts for MikTeX 2.4 on a Windows 98
system:

While installing "Utopia" with texfont (v2.2), afm2tfm (v8.1) gives errors
and the installation stops. A Windows style dialogue box opens saying
"Afm2tfm: This program has performed illegal operation and will be shut
down."

afm2tfm works fine with individual .afm files. What can be done?

Girish

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4 Aug 2005 09:13

### Re: Suggestions requested

On Wed, 3 Aug 2005, mkalidoss wrote:

> I have appended a tex file below; this file is used
> to produce three lines of output.
> 1. In the first line I have used \cdot 3; is this correct?
>     Or should we use .3?

It is largely a matter of (local) mathematical convention. In USA, the
decimal point is mostly put on the baseline, as in 3.14, but in England it
is put in the middle as $3 \cdot 14$. In some other European countries
such as France, they use a comma instead of a dot as in 3,14. In our own
country, I think we ususally follow the US way.

> 2. In the second line, to give the limits to \lim, I have
>     used \limits after declaring \mathop{\lim}.  Is this
>     correct?

\lim is already defined as a mathoperator, so that you can give limits to
it directly. (See the modified code)

> 3. In the third line, LHS of the equation seems to be
>     OK, while on the RHS, the alignment of y_1 and y_2
>     is not suitable.

I think the whole code is slightly overdone. Please have a look at the
modified code below:

\documentclass{article}
\usepackage{amsmath}



4 Aug 2005 16:53

### Re: tugindia Digest, Vol 32, Issue 3


> Subject: [Tugindia] Font problem
Girish Kulkarni  <girish_kulkarni@...> wrote:
> I have a problem with installing fonts for MikTeX 2.4 on a Windows 98
> system:

It is better that this mail is posted to MikTeX  discussion group.
M. Kalidoss

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4 Aug 2005 16:55

### Re: Suggestions requested

> From: "E. Krishnan" <ekmath@...>
> I think the whole code is slightly overdone. Please have a look at the
> modified code below:

M. Kalidoss

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5 Aug 2005 02:09

### Dots in TOC

Hi,

I need to put the dots between the toc item and its
corresponding page number. I currently have this dots
present for all the sections, subsections but not for
main chapter. How do I make the dots for the main
chapter too?

Thanks,
Karthik

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5 Aug 2005 05:05

### Re: Dots in TOC


On Fri, August 5, 2005 5:39 am, R. Karthik said:
> Hi,
>
> I need to put the dots between the toc item and its
> corresponding page number. I currently have this dots
> present for all the sections, subsections but not for
> main chapter. How do I make the dots for the main
> chapter too?

Here is a quick and dirty trick:

\makeatletter
\renewcommand*\l <at> chapter{\ <at> dottedtocline{0}{.5em}{2.3em}}
\makeatother

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