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Bazragore Want to add to dmacs discussion? LaTeX cannot be omitted because otherwise mode: If you confirm, the buffer is put in text mode and DocView minor mode is activated. Thanks for pointing this out. I should learn to label my axes.

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I am on Emacs Same pdf file, zoomed by hand to approximately the same level. The pdf is here. As you can see, in the sentence starting with "For instance" for example, the superscript p, and the subscript n are much clearer in zathura.

In doc-view, the n in particular is barely readable, if at all, even at this level of zoom. I am obviously missing something, but not sure what. The official documentation does not say much. Searching for answers comes up with that mupdf should be automatically used if it exists. I am on archlinux and have the official ghostscript and mupdf packages installed. The strange thing is print doc-view-pdfdraw-program still outputs "mudraw" even after I uninstall the official mupdf package and after restarting emacs , although this is likely irrelevant.

If you see the same or similar thing as my screenshot, perhaps there is no problem here. If I recall correctly, zathura uses its own slightly patched version of mupdf. However, my understanding was that zathura slightly patches it so that it works better with zathura itself, not necessarily patching the rendering parts themselves.

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I am on Emacs Same pdf file, zoomed by hand to approximately the same level. The pdf is here. As you can see, in the sentence starting with "For instance" for example, the superscript p, and the subscript n are much clearer in zathura.

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