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Re: Good PDF Font with small Caps 08/12/2013 11:17, Johannes_B You are testing different fonts within the sample document above, do you?... Re: Good PDF Font with small Caps 08/12/2013 11:03, InquisitorMo I suppose I worked through some of it after I posted this already.
My problem now as I've been testing different fonts is that I really prefer the Baskerville font (with the special small caps extra font I downloaded and then used as the 'small caps' variant), as the letter spacing in particular is what I want, as wel... Re: Fatal Error without Output 08/12/2013 09:28, Johannes_B I guess you missed a closing brace }. But it is really hard to tell without any code. The best way to find a missing brace, or any cause of problems, is to prepare a minimal working example.... Fatal Error without Output 08/12/2013 06:05, gokpinar Dear all,
Although I produced my first two LaTeX documents successfully, I had the following errors on my third attempt.
File ended while scanning use of \texttt
Fatal error occured, no output pdf file produced.
Will be grateful for your help.
Ali... Re: Margins not as expected 07/12/2013 20:26, Johannes_B Write \listfiles in the very first line of the above minimal example. This should give you something like the following in your log-file.
This is pdfTeX, Version 3.1415926-2.5-1.40.14 (TeX Live 2013)
article.cls 2007/10/19 v1.4h Standard LaTeX document class
size10.clo 2007/10/19 v1.4h Standard LaTeX file... Re: Good PDF Font with small Caps 07/12/2013 20:23, Johannes_B A good starting point is The LaTeX Font Catalogue. When working with XeLaTeX or LuaLaTeX you can also use system fonts.
But I told you all this before, so what exactly are you looking for? You already figured out, that this is a viewer problem.
Once again a MWE to test the looks of small Caps. Well, it's nearly the... Good PDF Font with small Caps 07/12/2013 19:44, InquisitorMo After having a huge amount of trouble caused by the "Baskerville" font (for reasons I still haven't elucidated, the font looks fine except in PDF readers, where the letters distort at regular viewing zooms).
As such I'm looking for a font which people believe shows up well in PDF and also has small caps capa... Re: Margins not as expected 07/12/2013 14:39, waelyafooz Many thanks for your help.
How can i i check if the packages update to date ?
i am writing my thesis is the type of document this
Ayham... Re: Margins not as expected 07/12/2013 11:09, Johannes_B I would also have suggested to check the printing options.
Can you prepare a minimal document and check again, maybe upload the pdf, so that we can check for something odd.
Are your packages up to date?
Re: Margins not as expected 07/12/2013 10:42, waelyafooz Many thanks for you Stefan,
I am using TexStudio, and acrobat reader. actually when i save any file from Ms Word as PDF the then i print that file , the margin accurate and file. That means the problem not from the PDF previewer or Printer Device.
Is the any solution for the margin.