Jun
17
answered Beautiful presentations done with TeX and related systems
Jun
16
awarded Popular Question
Apr
13
comment PDF looks ugly in Okular/Acrobat Reader and fine in Evince
My LaTeX-generated pdfs look always ugly in Linux version of Acrobat Reader. When it comes to presentation, there is always a Windows machine and the pdf looks fine in Acrobat Reader. If you have to use Linux stay with evince/okular. But run through the presentation one time before you start giving the presentation. When you run through the file the second time there be will no delays when loading the next page. Delays could happen, when run through the file for the first time.
Apr
12
awarded Necromancer
Mar
25
comment Picture spanning more than one column in multicolumn layout
Thank you. I never used flowfram before. The linebreak is terrible indeed. I'll give it a try using \RaggedRight from ragged2e package. Maybe one could create such layout easier with ConTEXt?
Mar
24
asked Picture spanning more than one column in multicolumn layout
Mar
24
accepted How to adjust given lines automatically
Mar
16
comment How to adjust given lines automatically
Wow this is great. Unfortunately I don't understand a word of the macro's construction. But this is up to me. I think i will make it a package to have it at hand easily. Thank you very much.
Mar
16
comment How to adjust given lines automatically
That easy? I like your solution for it's simplicity. I'll keep that in mind, for days when I don't have egregs solution at hand. Thank you very much.
Mar
16
asked How to adjust given lines automatically
Jan
12
accepted How to illustrate saccades with the help of tikz?
Jan
10
comment How to illustrate saccades with the help of tikz?
@PaulGessler: your second suggestion is what i mean by "automatically". But i would really be happy enough with a "manual" solution. It is not, that i have to give presentations about this toppic very often; so a manual solution would also be fine.
Jan
10
asked How to illustrate saccades with the help of tikz?
Dec
28
comment How to get access to this special character?
@UlrikeFischer: No, there is only this pdf in the folder named Instructions; the License and the otf-file.
Dec
28
comment How to get access to this special character?
@UlrikeFischer: The specimen of that font can be found here: fonts.info/pub/pdf/uberschrift-typespecimen.pdf With only that I can't figure out, how to to get access to alternative characters. If you could, please let me know how. Should I open a new question for that. What info from otfinfo would be helpful?
Dec
27
accepted How to get access to this special character?
Dec
27
comment How to get access to this special character?
\XeTeXglyph191\relax works. Great! Thanks. If you would make this an answer, I could accept it as the right one.
Dec
27
comment How to get access to this special character?
@egreg: I'm quite sure the answer would be: klick that button on InDesign or similar and they would ask me back: WTF is LaTeX? ;)
Dec
27
asked How to get access to this special character?
Dec
9
accepted Size of a node with shortstack
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