This blog is intended to inform about TeX-related news, to collect useful information about TeX and LaTeX and to list solutions found for often occuring or interesting problems.
Further it focuses on TeX support by operating systems with special attention to the well developed and freely available Ubuntu Linux.
It started in June 2008.
At the moment the author is working as Network Engineer for an airline.
Besides work, he wrote a few books.
Less formal, on a hot summer conference in Kerala, India:
We have been working on moving all our content to a new web page, with the Zeeba.tv brand. The move happened quicker than we thought! So could I ask you to modify all links to our site in the following way:
Please go ahead and do this asap, to avoid people going to the old page. I would have kept the old page going but due to unforeseen circumstances I have to keep one or the other.
Thanks, and sorry about the short notice!!
du hast gepostet:
“mit Linux Libertine O statt Minion Pro ist der Punkt auch da…”
Du verwendest also Linux Libertine O mit mathematischen Zeichen. Sei bitte so nett und schick mir deinen Header, indem Libertine mit mathematischen Zeichen kombiniert ist.
I was reading through tex.stackexchange and I noticed during my day that you came up two or three times as I was looking for solutions throughout working on my project. I looked at your account and noticed that you work on IT for the cruise ships and I was curious as to how you came to this profession? I am currently also studying Mathematics in college in the United States.
I tested your code for fancy chapter style that you have posted on internet since 2009.
But it does not work with Arabic or persian fonts.
Could you help me for more detail.