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Direc­tory macros/latex/contrib/ocgtools

The package ocgtools is designed to insert OGC (Optional Group
Content, known as layers) into PDF presentations. From the user's
point of view, the package allows to insert in an comfortable way any
TeX material into separate layers in PDF document and also insert
links which toggle theselayers on and off. Parts of the PDF document
like formatted text, tables, math formulas or graphics can be turned
to visible or inivisible state by clicking active links or buttons.

Similar packages are cooltooltips, pdfcomment, AcroTeX and
fancytooltips. See the ocgtools package documentation for differences
between ocgtools and the other packages.

The package is distributed with examples build from one source using
several presentation packages (beamer, web, pdfscreen). All necessary
files are on CATN and Texlive 2009.

Supported by the grant 131/2010 of Higher Education Development Fund

Down­load the con­tents of this pack­age in one zip archive (4.8M).

ocg­tools – Ma­nip­u­late OCG lay­ers in PDF pre­sen­ta­tions

The pack­age pro­vides the means to in­sert OGC (Op­tional Group Con­tent, com­monly known as lay­ers) into PDF pre­sen­ta­tions. This al­lows the user to in­sert any ma­te­rial into sep­a­rate lay­ers in a PDF doc­u­ment and also in­sert links which tog­gle these lay­ers on and off. Parts of the PDF doc­u­ment, such as for­mat­ted text, ta­bles, maths for­mu­las or graph­ics may be switched to vis­i­ble or in­vis­i­ble state by click­ing ac­tive links or but­tons.

The doc­u­men­ta­tion dis­cusses the pack­age’s re­la­tion to var­i­ous ap­par­ently sim­i­lar pack­ages.

Li­cense The Project Public Li­cense 1.2
Copy­right2010 Robert Mařík
Main­tainerRobert Mařík
Con­tained inMiKTeX as ocg­tools
Topics ac­cess PDF fea­tures
See also cooltooltips
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