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Boisik Jednotlivé fonty • Available Faces Problémy • Problems Co teď chybí • What is missing Co nadbývá • What is added Parametrické soubory Pro generování fontů jsou používány parametrické soubory. Písmena ve fontu jsou zásadně řešena jako obrysová, tj. nejprve je vyplněn vnější obrys celého písmena a pak je případně vymazán a obtáhnut vnitřní obrys. Instalace a použití • Installation and Usage Budoucnost Upřímně doufám, že vývoj fontu bude zdárně pokračovat, ale rozhodně to nemohu zaručit. Konečným stupněm ve vývoji by mělo být vytvoření i jiného vektorového tvaru, nejspíše OpenType varianty, s případnou podporou některých vlastností. Novinky • News Kontakt • Contact

JabRef reference manager Sebastien Kramm: Impression de planches d'étiquette avec Latex (publipostage) Je m'occupe d'une association avec laquelle nous faisons de temps en temps du mailing "classique" (par la poste!) en générant des planches d'étiquettes autocollantes à partir d'un fichier de contacts maintenu sous la forme d'un fichier "tableur". Pendant longtemps, je me suis acharné, (voire épuisé!) Bref. A coté de ça, on trouve aussi des logiciels, libres ou propriétaires, qui vous proposent de faire peu ou prou la même chose. Je refléchissais depuis quelque temps sur la possibilité d'une solution automatisée 'en 1 clic', utilisant des solutions éprouvées, libres et multiplateforme, mais faute de temps, j'avais laissé ça un peu de coté. \documentclass{article} \usepackage{labels} \begin{document} \begin{labels} \input names.dat \end{labels} \end{document} Et le tour est joué: après compilation, vous disposez d'un pdf avec les étiquettes, à condition que vous fournissiez dans le dossier courant le fichier names.dat contenant les noms et adresses au bon format (voir ci-dessous).

Screen Presentation Tools The idea for a document covering the topic of creating screen based or online presentations came to my mind around spring 2000. At that time I had a few interesting discussions with Werner Heuser, who was also planning such a documentation project. Unfortunately both of us didn't find the spare time to begin with this project until recently. Quite a few of the listed tools are taken from Werner Heuser's “Linux on the Road; A Guide to Laptops and Mobile Devices”. In March 2001 I had to prepare a talk again and began once more to look around for a possible tool chain. In March 2004 I decided to convert the source files to DocBook XML (V4.3) and to generate the various output formats using an XSLT processor with customized XSL stylesheets. Because I get more and more emails complaining about incorrect sections Pros and Cons I deleted all these sections.

Typesetting exams in LaTeX Exams can be easily created in LaTeX by means of the class exam.cls. This class makes it straightforward to typeset questions, and it sets a 1in margin in all paper sizes and provides special commands to write and compute grades. This article explains how to edit with exam.cls.  Introduction Let's see a simple working example of the exam class: To use the exam class you must put the line on top of your .tex file. The syntax of the questions environment is very similar to that of the itemize and enumerate environments. The other commands in this example are not specific to the exam class, but may be useful to create a quick header for your exam. Open an example of the exam class in Overleaf  Creating new questions In the previous section, a basic example showing how to create question was presented.  spacing If the students are required to answer the exam in the space provided, that space can be manually set or evenly distributed.  subparts  Grading \gradetable

TeXworks Jonathan Kew, Stefan Löffler, Charlie Sharpsteen News (Apr 2013) TeXworks 0.4.5 released (Get it | Changes) (Apr 2012) TeXworks 0.4.4 released (Changes) (Jun 2011) TeXworks 0.4.3 released (Changes) (Jun 2011) TeXworks 0.4.2 released (Changes) (May 2011) TeXworks 0.4.1 released (Changes) (Mar 2011) TeXworks 0.4.0 released (Changes) (Oct 2009) TeXworks 0.2.3 released (Oct 2009) TeXworks 0.2.2 released (Oct 2009) TeXworks 0.2.1 released (Sep 2009) TeXworks 0.2.0 released (Changes) Introduction The TeXworks project is an effort to build a simple TeX front-end program (working environment) that will be available for all today’s major desktop operating systems—in particular, MS Windows (XP/Vista/7), typical GNU/Linux distros and other X11-based systems, as well as Mac OS X. To provide a similar experience across all systems, TeXworks is based on cross-platform, open source tools and libraries. Getting TeXworks You can get binaries for the following platforms: Documentation Online resources History

Detexify LaTeX handwritten symbol recognition Want a Mac app? Lucky you. The Mac app is finally stable enough. Restriction: In addition to the LaTeX command the unlicensed version will copy a reminder to purchase a license to the clipboard when you select a symbol. You can purchase a license here: Buy Detexify for Mac If you need help contact mail@danielkirs.ch. What is this? Anyone who works with LaTeX knows how time-consuming it can be to find a symbol in symbols-a4.pdf that you just can't memorize. How do I use it? Just draw the symbol you are looking for into the square area above and look what happens! My symbol isn't found! The symbol may not be trained enough or it is not yet in the list of supported symbols. I like this. You could spare some time training Detexify. The backend server is running on Digital Ocean (referral link) so you can also reduce my hosting costs by using that referral link. Why should I donate? Hosting of detexify costs some money. This doesn't work at all!? Be sure you use a modern browser. No. Yes.

How to write greek in LaTeX \ usepackage [ english,greek ]{ babel } \ usepackage [ iso-8859-7 ]{ inputenc } The "standard" way of writing greek in LaTeX, is by using the babel package. You simply insert \usepackage[greek]{babel} in the preamble of your document and you are set. For example: \ documentclass { article } \ usepackage [ greek ]{ babel } \begin { document } Ellhniko keimeno. \end { document } Using this method, you have to write latin characters to produce the greek text. If you want to use more than one languages, you include them as options of the babel package (the last being the main language): \usepackage[english, greek]{babel} (main language is greek, so "Contents" will appear as "Περιεχόμενα" etc). Putting all of the above together, the following code: If you do not want (as is usually the case) to write latin-text for greek, you'll have to use the inputenc package. Our antispam protection requires that you enable JavaScript in your browser to be able to comment! Sorry, I don't know about that.

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