TUGboat

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TUGboat 16:3, September 1995

Press Figure

TUG 1995 Proceedings (St. Petersburg, Florida)

 
Production notes
  Robin Fairbairns
222 
 
Opening Address
President's words
  Michel Goossens
223–226 
 
Fonts
When Metafont does it alone
  Jiri Zlatuska
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 and 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 and Pavel Sevecek
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 and 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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