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TUGboat 16:3, September 1995

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TUG 1995 Proceedings (St. Petersburg, Florida)

Complete issue 16:3 as one pdf (2.6mb) 
Front cover   c1 
Inside front cover   c2 
Production notes 
  Robin Fairbairns 
 222 
 
Opening Address
President's words 
  Michel Goossens 
 223-226 
 
Fonts
When Metafont does it alone 
  Jiří Zlatuška 
 227-232 
MetaFog: Converting Metafont shapes to contours 
  Richard J. Kinch 
 233-243 
The Poetica family: Fancy fonts with TeX and LaTeX 
  Alan Hoenig 
 244-252 
Using Adobe Type 1 Multiple Master fonts with TeX 
  Michel Goossens, Sebastian Rahtz, Robin Fairbairns 
 253-258 
Dotted and dashed lines in Metafont 
  Jeremy Gibbons 
 259-264 
Printing TeX documents with partial Type 1 fonts 
  Sergey Lesenko 
 265-268 
 
LaTeX
Modularity in LaTeX 
  Matthew Swift 
 269-275 
A multienumerate package 
  Dennis Kletzing 
 276-279 
 
Hyphenation
Hyphenation in TeX — Quo Vadis? 
  Petr Sojka, Pavel Ševeček 
 280-289 
Notes on compound word hyphenation in TeX 
  Petr Sojka 
 290-296 
 
Literate programming
Literate Plain source is available! 
  Włodek Bzyl 
 297-299 
Teaching CS/1 courses in a literate manner 
  Bart Childs, Deborah Dunn, William Lively 
 300-309 
 
Methods
An audio view of LaTeX documents — part II 
  T.V. Raman 
 310-314 
Another look at LaTeX to SGML conversion 
  Sebastian Rahtz 
 315-324 
Omega — Why bother with Unicode? 
  Robin Fairbairns 
 325-328 
Modern Catalan typographical conventions 
  Gabriel Valiente Feruglio 
 329-338 
 
News & Announcements
TUG'96 Announcement   339 
Calendar   340-341 
 
TUG Business
TUG'95—List of attendees   341-343 
Institutional members   344 
 
Advertisements
TeX consulting and production services   345 


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