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Subject:Re: Markdown to PDF From:Uwe Ziegenhagen <ziegenhagen -at- gmail -dot- com> To:Ryan Young <ryangyoung -at- gmail -dot- com> Date:Thu, 19 Feb 2015 07:42:16 +0100
LaTeX is very capable in arranging graphics and creating links. Is it
possible that Pandoc does not support all LaTeX-features when exporting?
2015-02-19 5:56 GMT+01:00 Ryan Young <ryangyoung -at- gmail -dot- com>:
> At my new job, what documentation there is is in Markdown. The engineers
> set up a script using pandoc to create some functional PDF output. The
> problem is that pandoc requires LaTex to produce the PDF, which doesn't
> give me very much control of things like the location of images in the
> document (or the ability to create links).
> I've played around with Atom and SublimeText, but neither gives me all that
> much more control over the PDF output. I've also suggested the company
> start using Confluence, which would solve the problem, but it seems like
> that will take a bit of planning.
> Any suggestions?
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