[plt-scheme] Re: SRFI documentation

From: Hugh Myers (hsmyers at gmail.com)
Date: Tue Jun 30 13:17:56 EDT 2009

Not so. I print PDF files using adobe reader which allows duplex
printing. Pretty much the whole point as far as I'm concerned.


On Tue, Jun 30, 2009 at 11:13 AM, Eli Barzilay<eli at barzilay.org> wrote:
> On Jun 30, Hugh Myers wrote:
>> You missed the word 'duplex'? Not a browser sort of thing.
> No, I didn't -- but if the html2latex produces an output that renders
> the same pdf as your browser is (indirectly) producing, then you end
> up with the same 30-page result, which you'll need to tweak somehow --
> and that made me think that you can take a shortcut and try to tweak
> what your browser prints.
> I just tried it on the old mozilla I have (v2), and the "page setup"
> has a "scale" option.  By comparing the output size to a typical PDF,
> I think that a value of 65% is close to the PDF that I was looking at
> -- and got the page count of the srfi down from 33 pages to 22.  (But
> I didn't try to print it, I like trees enough that I almost never read
> anything on paper.)
> --
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