adrien.monnier at cirad.fr
Mon Aug 5 14:42:25 BST 2002
If you want the current index position of a section call mapToIndex() giving it
the section number. (This is the number returned by the addLabel() call which
created the section.) If you want to get the section number of a section at a
particular index position call mapToSection() giving it the index number.
Chris Jensen a écrit :
> I don't have a very good printer at home, so I like to take things to uni to
> print, but since I'm using open office I need to put the documents in a nice
> portable format, so I use KDE's print to pdf feature. Trouble is the result
> is definately not WYSIWIG. The text always seems to come out in the PDF in
> bold. I've tried Arial, Arial Narrow and Times New Roman. The text looks very
> nice in Open Office, but then comes out different in the pdf - how do I fix
> I've tried viewing it in xpdf, kghost and Acrobat with the same results -
> except that xpdf doesn't render arial narrow at all!
> Chris Jensen
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> - Dr Spirograph (The Simpsons)
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