This package consists of a python script to calculate LaTeX settings for arbitrary font and page sizes, helpful when producing documents for people with low vision. Compatible with any other LaTeX package and avoids the usual drawbacks of giant print (less weight in the font etc) by taking the approach of typesetting on small paper and then using magstep. Can also help for typesetting posters. License: Apache2
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latex-papersize – Calculate LaTeX settings for any font and paper size
The package is a Python script, whose typical use is when preparing printed material for users with low vision. The most effective way of doing this is to print on (notional) small paper, and then to magnify the result; the script calculates the settings for various font and paper sizes.
More details are to be read in the script itself.
|Licenses||Apache License, version 2.0|
|Copyright||2005–2009, 2016, 2019 Silas S. Brown|
|Contained in||TeX Live as latex-papersize|
MiKTeX as latex-papersize