[texhax] colorbox (was: no subject)
uwe.lueck at web.de
Sat Jul 23 21:41:37 CEST 2011
> Actually, I think texhax at tug.org (strangely, not even support at tug.org)
> is an email address of the TUG.
meant about as:
I think texhax at tug.org is not an email address of the TUG
(strangely, not even support at tug.org).
Von: "Uwe Lueck" <uwe.lueck at web.de>
Gesendet: 23.07.2011 19:03:36
An: "Dr A K Hannaby" <keith.hannaby at mathshelp.com>, texhax at tug.org
Betreff: [texhax] colorbox (was: no subject)
>"Dr A K Hannaby" <keith.hannaby at mathshelp.com> wrote 23.07.2011 11:52:44:
>> I don’t appear to be making contact on my problem.
>> Yet, I am receiving daily emails on other matters.
>> Can you give me a precise email address to contact, please?
>There may be a little misconception:
>First, *I* am not answering on behalf of the TUG.
>Actually, I think texhax at tug.org (strangely, not even support at tug.org)
>is an email address of the TUG. And even if you address the TUG
>correctly, I am not sure that they will "support" you by solving
>TeX problems. I don't know, I do not have any special relation to the TUG.
>Rather, you may get help from volunteers on this list, if you are lucky,
>or smart enough to attract the attention of volunteers reading the list.
>They typically have a job and cannot spend much time on your problems,
>rather they take just a few minutes.
>So you will hardly find somebody who debugs your book.
>Rather, somebody may look at a "minimal example",
>Moreover, some readers don't read HTML mails;
>and "no subject" may be unattractive as it perhaps
>suggests that the poster has started using a computer just
>this week, and the TeXpert readers of this list may expect
>little fun helping a computer newbie
>(while by contrast, *I* have some special fun with
> posting nonsense here).
>> From: Dr A K Hannaby [mailto:keith.hannaby at mathshelp.com]
>> Sent: 20 July 2011 10:57
>> To: 'texhax at tug.org'
>> Dear Tug
>> Can you help, please.
>> I like to surround my diagrams and figures with a colorbox, working in Miktex 2.9
>> Trouble is the boxes have suddenly placed themselves in front of my figures rather than behind.
>> I enclose sample text and the error is on page 7 of the output.
>> I would be most grateful for your help.
>> Keith Hannaby
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