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8:16 AM
@LaTeXereXeTaL perhaps it's just so good at tracking, you had not noticed. The evil ducks are watching your every move.
 
 
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10:50 AM
@LaTeXereXeTaL latex is the worst. While you run latex to syntax check your document and produce a beautiful error free .log file, it secretly copies all your content to a .pdf file and tries to hide the .pdf in plain sight by putting it in the same folder as your .tex file :)
 
 
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1:13 PM
@LaTeXereXeTaL worse even, it stores metadata about your work in an unencrypted .aux-file
 
 
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3:19 PM
@egreg Hi, Prof. Please, can you help me for this question? tex.stackexchange.com/questions/718317/vertical-line-disappear/… . I have not understood what is this line that disappear. Thank you very much. Best regards.
 
4:10 PM
@Sebastiano I don't understand what the problem is: nothing is “disappearing”. I guess that the OP thinks framed is necessary for \fbox, but of course it isn't.
 
 
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6:09 PM
@egreg @Sebastiano confirmed on pdftex email list (where same question asked) it's just a viewer issue
 
@DavidCarlisle @samcarter @Skillmon Ah but is all that data somehow uploaded to DEK's personal server?
 
6:31 PM
@LaTeXereXeTaL Imagine DEK getting flooded by all the horrible tex code one sees on the internet - I think he would switch this off very fast :)
@LaTeXereXeTaL ... but more constructively: github.com/objective-see/LuLu lets you control which applications are allowed to phone home - this might help to reduce the tracking and data collection.
 
6:54 PM
@egreg @DavidCarlisle Thank you very much to either for your support.
 
 
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10:57 PM
@samcarter I use Little Snitch, but LuLu looks interesting too.
 

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