On 28.01.2023 22:54, Hans Hagen via ntg-context wrote:
> On 1/28/2023 9:26 PM, Kalouguine Andre via ntg-context wrote: On 28.01.2023
> 17:37, Pablo Rodriguez via ntg-context wrote:
> Using Fedora 37 (and having just installed Okular), I see that
> annotations are tricky to open in Okular.
> First you have to select the Annotations tab on the left pane, go to the
> annotation and then right-click on it to open (the pop-up note).
> Evince has a more effective approach: double-clicking on the icon opens
> the note (afaIk, this is similar to Acrobat). Right you are, it works with
> your method, thanks!
> I think the students have Evince so perhaps it's the best solution in the
there are some provisions for spaces in text but for verbatim it is a
bit more tricky
you now see visual spaces show up that can be copied
now, say that we add real spaces, which you can do after and this (in
in sumatra pdf:
default : spaces are copied as spaces (so three become three
on : visual spaces for every one
character : funny newlines when more than two spaces
OK, I see, thanks for the explanation! Indeed, when I look at the
makeup, there is no glue there to offset the line. But in Okular it just
ignores those spaces.
> Cheats that add some kerning before and after confuse viewers even more.
> so: this is all very viewer dependent! (The suggested comment method is more
Unfortunately as I just found out, comments are also viewer dependent...
For instance in Firefox, indentations are lost.
So for now, attached files for longer snippets and visual spaces with a
string replacement operation afterwards are the way to go it seems.
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