On Thu, 3 Jun 2010, Marco wrote:
On Thu, 3 Jun 2010 17:02:24 +0200, Peter Münster <pmli...@free.fr>
I use acroread version 9.3.2
After short research I found out that most pdf readers don't support Java
Script (so do xpdf and sumatra). So, this is not really a portable solution.
Any hints for achieving the same result in a portable way without Java
I think that a luatex solution should be easy (for Hans, hint hint).
Collect everything on a page, and do some attribute magic to reveal it one
by one (or change colors, etc). Personally, I occasionally use a primitive
and ugly solution
where \StartSteps collects its body, typesets it 4 times. In the first
iteration, \1 = \donoting, everything else is \gobbleoneargument; in the
2nd iteration, \1 and \2 = \donothing and so on.
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