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Active-DVI does not (yet) support postscript fonts (see the README.Debian for more details).
Active-DVI also has the ability to run embedded commands, which may cause security problems when viewing untrusted DVI files. Make sure to read the README.Debian for more information.
advi for Debian --------------- * Advi does not (yet) support postscript fonts. It may be possible to do so, by either writing a full postscript rasterizer, or, like xdvi does, use gsftopk to transfrom ps fonts to pk ones. In both case a virtual font decoder is also needed. In the meantime, only TeX fonts are supported, so use those. * Advi has the capacity to use the \adviem more»
WARNING -- WARNING -- WARNING -- WARNING -- WARNING -- WARNING -- WARNING ========================================================================= advi -safer file.dvi Active-DVI ``plays'' the DVI files that is displays: during presentation advi can launch arbitrary commands that were incorporated into the LaTeX source of the DVI file to animate the presentation. Hence, more»
ADVI(1) ADVI(1) NAME advi -- a DVI previewer and presenter ⟨⟩ with some eye candy effects for presentation. VERSION Active-DVI version $version SYNOPSIS advi [options] dvifile ... zadvi [options] dvifile.gz | dvifile.bz2 ... DESCRIPTION The advi program is a viewer for DVI files that also more»
advi (1.6.0-13+lenny2) stable-security; urgency=high * Non-maintainer upload by the security team more»
2005-01-17 - Add a word about epsbygs in the FAQ. - verify -fg toto error message. - implement cmyk more»
This package was debianized by Sven Luther <email@example.com> on Fri, 25 Jan 2002 12:23:38 +0100. more»