When printing the PDF from Firefox (whether printing to PDF or to a real printer), all of the letter "a" characters are rendered as boxes. I'm pretty sure this is a bug in Firefox and not something we did. Using the type1 fonts instead of the OTF fonts seems to fix this particular issue, but then LaTeX refuses to wrap the font sensibly. Typewriter fonts tend to not break lines where they should (spaces) and instead they overflow into the margins. I don't know why this only happens with T1 fonts. We fix this by setting some font dimension settings that allow for interword stretch and shrink, making this not true monospace. This is how the OTF font was being rendered before. This introduces a new issue when printing from Firefox -- many letters are slightly cut off. I don't know what's up with that, sigh. It's better than before. I recognize I have failed to comprehend the spirit of the text I am typesetting.
Practice Guide for Computer
Pretty formatted version of the Practice Guide for Computer -- see PDF.
Don't print directly from Firefox; there's a bug in the PDF rendering (only when printing) that cuts off some characters. Download the file and then print it with the system dialog.
View original here: https://www.ronjam.net/freeStuff/PracticePrayer.pdf