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comment Why are computers so bad at automatically kerning?
Optical kerning seems to exist.
Nov
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comment What should be considered when using very thin lines on a print piece?
And a printing shop can ensure a minimum line thickness (i.e. thicken lines that are so thin they become invisible).
Jul
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comment Method for batch layout of images into PDF sheets
@Brendan: This task seems simple; if you ask nicely on TeX.SE, someone will probably give you a working solution.
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answered Method for batch layout of images into PDF sheets
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revised Font overload in academic documents
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comment What font is similar to Zapfino One but a bit more legible?
LaTeX can handle OpenType fonts quite well today thanks to XeTeX and LuaTeX.
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revised What computer subsystem is responsible for font kerning?
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comment PDF viewer with a 'View Outline' Function?
These "layers" you talk about don't have to exist - there's nothing about them in the PDF spec.
Mar
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comment PDF viewer with a 'View Outline' Function?
Is that a PDF produced by Illustrator? PDF per se has no concept of an "outline", but applications can add arbitrary data.
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reviewed Needs Improvement Layout with Tables - Hierarchy