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CTAN up­date: pdf­com­ment

Date: March 29, 2016 6:39:53 PM CEST
Josef Kle­ber sub­mit­ted an up­date to the pdf­com­ment pack­age. Ver­sion num­ber: 2.3b Li­cense type: lp­pl1.3 Sum­mary de­scrip­tion: A user-friendly in­ter­face to pdf an­no­ta­tions An­nounce­ment text:
For a long time pdfla­tex has of­fered the com­mand `\pdfan­not` for in­sert­ing ar­bi­trary PDF an­no­ta­tions. How­ever, the com­mand is pre­sented in a form where ad­di­tional knowl­edge of the def­i­ni­tion of the PDF for­mat is in­dis­pens­able. This pack­age is an an­swer to the ? oc­ca­sional ? ques­tions in news­groups, about how one could use the com­ment func­tion of Adobe Reader. At least for the writer of LaTeX code, the pack­age of­fers a con­ve­nient and user-friendly means of us­ing `\pdfan­not` to pro­vide com­ments in PDF files. Since ver­sion v1.1, pdf­com­ment.sty also sup­ports: LaTeX -> dvips -> ps2pdf, LaTeX -> dvipdfmx, XeLaTeX and LuaLaTeX Un­for­tu­nately, sup­port of PDF an­no­ta­tions by PDF view­ers may vary. The ref­er­ence viewer for the de­vel­op­ment of this pack­age is Adobe Reader. Li­cense: **LPPL** Changes in v2.3b: * Bug­fix: in­cor­rect ver­ti­cal po­si­tion of su­per­scripts with `\pdftooltip` re­ported and patched by Ross Moore * Bug­fix: change zero width in `\pdf­com­ment` and `\pdf­margin­com­ment` to make the com­ments vis­i­ble in both Evince and the in­ter­nal viewer of TeXS­tu­dio re­ported by sha­ni­aki (BitBucket #7) * im­prove ap­pear­ance of tooltips with Mac Pre­view (at least) fea­ture re­quest by Ross Moore * ex­pand com­ment ar­gu­ment in `\pdftooltip` be­fore push­ing it through `\pdf­stringdef` fea­ture re­quest by Robert Ter­williger (Bit­bucket #18) * added `pdfen­cod­ing=auto` while load­ing `hy­per­ref` Needed for Uni­code book­marks in `XeTeX` and `LuaTeX` * dropped sup­port for `\pdfre­ply`
This pack­age is lo­cated at http://mir­ror.ctan.org/macros/la­tex/con­trib/pdf­com­ment More in­for­ma­tion is at http://www.ctan.org/pkg/pdf­com­ment We are sup­ported by the TeX users groups. Please join a users group; see http://www.tug.org/user­groups.html .
Thanks for the up­load. For the CTAN Team Erik Braun

pdf­com­ment – A user-friendly in­ter­face to pdf an­no­ta­tions

For a long time pdf has of­fered the com­mand \pdfan­not for in­sert­ing ar­bi­trary PDF an­no­ta­tions. How­ever, the com­mand is pre­sented in a form where ad­di­tional knowl­edge of the def­i­ni­tion of the PDF for­mat is in­dis­pens­able. This pack­age is an an­swer to the – oc­ca­sional – ques­tions in news­groups, about how one could use the com­ment func­tion of Adobe Reader. At least for the writer of code, the pack­age of­fers a con­ve­nient and user-friendly means of us­ing \pdfan­not to pro­vide com­ments in PDF files. Since ver­sion v1.1, pdf­com­ment.sty also sup­ports → dvips → ps2pdf, → dvipdfmx, XeLaTeX and Lua.

Un­for­tu­nately, sup­port of PDF an­no­ta­tions by PDF view­ers may vary. The ref­er­ence viewer for the de­vel­op­ment of this pack­age is Adobe Reader.

Pack­agepdf­com­ment
Ver­sion2.4
Copy­right2008–2016 Josef Kle­ber
Main­tainerJosef Kle­ber

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