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At the DANTE meeting, Günter Partosch continued. His second topic was: headings. Headings are for: Structuring and sectioning of texts Visual indication Cross-referencing There are various things that can be adjusted: Size Appearance such as font and decoration Distance before … Continue reading
The afternoon of the DANTE meeting day 1 starts. After lunch in the canteen, Adelheid Grob explained and demonstrated new and interesting packages, for fun with LaTeX. Bewitched mathematics: the package halloweenmath replaces math symbols by witches and pumpkins and offers more … Continue reading
Right now, from March 22 until March 24, the DESY in Zeuthen near Berlin hosts the meeting of the German speaking TeX users group DANTE. I travelled yesterday evening with the train to Berlin and then to Zeuthen. The DESY is just a … Continue reading
At http://www.dante.de/events/Herbst2015/anmeldung.html you can now register to the autumn meeting 2015 of DANTE e.V. It takes place on September 5th at the TU Graz. Besides the member’s meeting and the program with talks, there will be an evening gathering the … Continue reading
I am currently attending the TUG 2015. I met a lot of great people here. I posted daily reports on LaTeX-Community.org (in English) TeXwelt.de (in German) Maybe I will add some rather personal thoughts here too.
In agreement with Packt Publishing, I can provide the „LaTeX Beginner’s Guide“ as an ebook for free, only today, March 4, 2015. For further information and updates and background production story you can visit: LaTeX Community forum announcement. This is … Continue reading
These days, the TUG announced details of the upcoming meeting. You can read all here: https://www.tug.org/tug2015/. This 36th annual meeting will take place July 20 – 22 in Darmstadt, Germany. It’s about 30 kilometers away from Frankfurt, so I plan to … Continue reading
Today, TeXdoc.net shines in new splendor. It’s a project of Paulo Cereda and me. While I maintain the web server and the TeX installation, he contributes layout and programming for the interface. Today Paulo provided a completely new version. Together … Continue reading
These days, the voting phase of the Matheplanet Member Award ended. Among the 15 categories, there’s an award for the best LaTeX advisor.