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What tips and tricks should I know when using the Georgia font in LaTeX?
asked Dec 12, 2018 at 19:49
LuaLaTeX font chainsubstitution works only for the first font loaded
asked Feb 4 at 15:44
Why didn't the 8086 use linear addressing?
Is it possible to ruin one’s career by failing the Kobayashi Maru?
Why did IBM make the PC BIOS source code public?
Why are energy weapons seen as more acceptable in children's shows than guns that fire bullets?
Why do my monster minions all have obvious weak points that instantly kill them?
Mathematical ideas that took long to define rigorously
Did any compiler fully use Intel x87 80-bit floating point?
What happens to a country’s debt if the country ends?
'No turn unstoned' - what's this called?
What is the least "world changing" reason why the government would pay for you to keep a llama during your 44th year of life?
Why did 8-bit Basic use 40-bit floating point?
Can Communism become a stable economic strategy? How?
How can I add stippling to elements of my tikz diagrams?
Did any PC software floating point use non-IEEE format?
Were any Kings/Queens who were monarchs as children good rulers?
Conjectures (or intuitions) that turned out wrong in an interesting or useful way
What did the DoD think Fortran lacked?
Why was the Apple III considered a failure (if indeed it was)?
What was the point of separating stdout and stderr?
"Modus moron" rule of inference?
How does Rust's 128-bit integer `i128` work on a 64-bit system?
Where does the expression "triple-A" come from?
Does "upset victory" mean "a victory that people are not happy about"?
I created something much faster than a std::string
Choice of consistent unicode open-type fonts for Phd Thesis in Engineering
How do I use AMS Euler?
A value of type "const char*" cannot be used to initialize an entity of type "char *"
What’s a possible one-word replacement for “applicable in every situation”?
What is a safe programming language?
What is the word for using one word to replace another for cosmetic reasons?