[Haskell-cafe] More accessible papers

PR Stanley prstanley at ntlworld.com
Mon Nov 19 16:04:46 EST 2007

Why don't you typeset the whole thing in Latex. That way you'll 
definitely ensure accessibility.
At 19:43 19/11/2007, you wrote:
>Most research papers have the same layout: two columns per A4 page. 
>They mostly come as PDF or PS.
>Although this is standard, it is not really accessible for people 
>with people with bad vision, who prefer larger fonts. When you print 
>this, the fonts are rather small. For those people, a reflowable PDF 
>would make much more sense, so they can choose how big the fonts are 
>on screen & paper.
>Also, some of the new epaper devices, such as the Sony Reader or 
>IRex, don't really support the format of these research papers (they 
>become unreadable).
>Do any of you have ideas how to convert a two column per page PDF/PS 
>to a single larger column per page, and maybe even reflowable PDF?
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