On 12/26/2013 1:26 PM, Alan Braslau wrote:
On Mon, 23 Dec 2013 18:07:07 +0100
Hans Hagen <pra...@wxs.nl> wrote:

it's a browser setup (although a document does contain info about it
being doublesided so that a viewer can adapt accordingly)

Many of the ConTeXt manuals seem to put the Adobe Reader into a
specific mode, for example two page, even when one takes care to setup
the reader according to one's own preference, for example one page. I
find this somewhat annoying. Is this simply a "feature" of the Adobe
Reader activated when displaying a properly doublesided document or is
this something that the (ConTeXt) author chose through, say,
\setupinteraction ? That is, is the Adobe Reader to be blamed (for not
honoring its setup) or rather the document?

it's a pdf property (and decent viewers should be able to deal with it) and especially handy for doublesided viewing so that the viewer knows that the first page should be shown alone at the right


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