[texhax] Achieving the optimum quality of rendering

Ulrike Fischer news3 at nililand.de
Wed Mar 5 09:43:01 CET 2014

Am Wed, 5 Mar 2014 01:00:14 +0100 schrieb Reinhard Kotucha:

>  > >> In the final version, I would like the best possible quality of
>  > >> rendering and I believe that to be a pdf file.
>  >  
>  > > For the final version I recommend to run latexmk.  Don't know
>  > > whether latexmk is provided by MiKTeX, but you aren't forced to
>  > > use MiKTeX.
>  > 
>  > latexmk is in miktex but you probably need an external perl to run
>  > it. But I fail to see what impact latexmk should have on the
>  > quality of the pdf output.
> Ulrike, you only cited a tiny part of Keith's mail.  And it was too
> late last night to answer his question more thoroughly.

I cited the part you cited ;-).
> Well, it has no impact on quality, of course. However, I don't
> think that two latex runs are enough, as Keith probably assumed,
> especially if a bibliography and/or index is needed. 

I only wanted to avoid that Keith gets the impression that your
advice was an answer to his question about quality.  

Ulrike Fischer 

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