[Mac OS X TeX] Using Margin kerning

Gary L. Gray gray at lpcm.esm.psu.edu
Mon Oct 29 05:15:16 CET 2001

<x-flowed>On 10/29/2001 at 3:03 PM +1100, Adrian Heathcote wrote:

>Hi---I'm something of a newcomer to latex, unix-style or otherwise, 
>and I wanted to say, initially, that I am incredibly impressed and 
>grateful to the work that Gerben Wierda and Richard Koch and others 
>put into making Tex available on the Mac. Thanks to all.
>So to my question. Margin Kerning seems like a v.good thing and I'd 
>like to be able to use it automatically (in TexShop). But I don't 
>follow R.K.'s instructions. After I have replaced the template with 
>the one that allows margin kerning what declarations (if any!) go 
>into the preamble of the document and where do they go? (R.K.s 
>instructions make it seem as though no declarations are necessary, 
>but when I tried that I couldn't see any effect at all.)
>Can someone throw some light on what I'm sure is just a rookie 

My understanding is the Gerben has included this in his most recent 
release of teTeX so you shouldn't need to do anything.

    Gary L. Gray
    Associate Professor
    Engineering Science & Mechanics
    Penn State University
    (814) 863-1778

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