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Old 12-14-2011, 10:47 AM   #9
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Originally Posted by frostschutz View Post
If you want it on the eReader, making a PDF with eReader formats in the font size you like might indeed be the best option. However not even that always works, it depends on how the TeX document is made and how well it copes with "small" paper geometry...

Out of the genuine tex->html converters I've had best results with plastex. It requires some fiddling and the html some manual fixing. But at least it's something. Commenting unnecessary stuff out of the TeX first (such as header / footer / pagenumbers / etc) might help also.
I completely agree. For math stuff right now there is no efficient and elegant solution other than a) using an image for each math instance or b) producing the whole document as a PDF (with the appropriate device-size, e.g. A5).

Also tex4ht does a good job in converting LaTeX -> (X)HTML.
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