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This time, we shall first see how to write dancing text,' roman numerals, how to draw under and over braces on same elements, and how to display ... [more ▼]This is the 10th edition of my TUGboat Tips & Tricks.' This time, we shall first see how to write dancing text,' roman numerals, how to draw under and over braces on same elements, and how to display aligned (in)equations systems. We will then end by discussing on BibLaTeX and Biber, which constitute a promising alternative to BibTeX. [less ▲]Detailed reference viewed: 43 (15 ULg) Some misunderstood or unknown LaTeX tricks (XIV) and LaTeX learning curveMerciadri, Luca in TUGboat (in press)We will here give three tricks: i. using a personalized \overline, ii. boxing every digit of an integer, iii. using \scalebox. I will then expose my point of view about the LaTeX learning curve, and give ... [more ▼]We will here give three tricks: i. using a personalized \overline, ii. boxing every digit of an integer, iii. using \scalebox. I will then expose my point of view about the LaTeX learning curve, and give some of the most common beginners’ mistakes. [less ▲]Detailed reference viewed: 36 (14 ULg) Some misunderstood or unknown tricks (IX) (LaTeX)Merciadri, Luca in TUGboat (in press)We describe here how to display date & time in a standard format, write (draw) dash integrals, number rows in tables, use unhabitual punctuation marks: interrobang and percontation point, draw dependency ... [more ▼]We describe here how to display date & time in a standard format, write (draw) dash integrals, number rows in tables, use unhabitual punctuation marks: interrobang and percontation point, draw dependency arrows, distinguish between ConTeXt, LuaTeX, teTeX and XeTeX. The last section gives a LaTeX-related crossword puzzle. [less ▲]Detailed reference viewed: 32 (15 ULg) Some misunderstood or unknown tricks (VIII) and Turing-completeness (LaTeX)Merciadri, Luca in TUGboat (in press)We will begin by exposing new tricks, i.e. how to 1. write ‘closed’ square roots, 2. insert blank pages, 3. ask the reader to turn the page, 4. write bold words in an index, 5. divide a cell by a diagonal ... [more ▼]We will begin by exposing new tricks, i.e. how to 1. write ‘closed’ square roots, 2. insert blank pages, 3. ask the reader to turn the page, 4. write bold words in an index, 5. divide a cell by a diagonal, 6. draw ‘product integrals,’ 7. understand what happens when \mathcal has a lower-case letter argument. We will then consider an uncommon example of what one can do with LaTeX, in link with its Turing completeness. [less ▲]Detailed reference viewed: 35 (9 ULg) Some misunderstood or unknown tricks (XI) (LaTeX) and encoding issues (II)Merciadri, Luca in TUGboat (in press)Three subjects will be detailed: 1. Using LaTeX syntax as an unambiguous way to communicate, 2. Writing a bold \ell, 3. Fonts' encodings.Detailed reference viewed: 23 (10 ULg) Some misunderstood or unknown tricks (XIII) (LaTeX)Merciadri, Luca in TUGboat (in press)We will here again consider many tips and tricks. This time, they will mostly come from Glad Deschrijver, TeX Tricks, 2011. (http://users.ugent.be/~gdschrij/LaTeX/textricks.html.) Tricks: vertically ... [more ▼]We will here again consider many tips and tricks. This time, they will mostly come from Glad Deschrijver, TeX Tricks, 2011. (http://users.ugent.be/~gdschrij/LaTeX/textricks.html.) Tricks: vertically aligned itemize environments, allowing linebreaks after comma in math mode, writing under and over elements, and using stacks, footnotes with a new number at each section, footnotes in tabular, splitting algorithm environments on multiple pages, let " produce opening/closing quotation marks, indenting some text but not the first line, using diagonal dots positioned according to the opposite diagonal, using a centered verbatim environment, drawing a table with dashed lines, shaded cells and arrows pointing at a row and a column, correct spacing around square brackets (used for sets) in math mode. [less ▲]Detailed reference viewed: 32 (11 ULg) Some misunderstood or unknown tricks (V) (LaTeX)Merciadri, Luca in TUGboat (2012), 33(1), 43-45This time, as usual, we shall see some LaTeX hints (numbered according to the following sections): 2. Numbering paragraphs, 3. Incorporating MATLAB graphics, 4. Incorporating MATLAB code, 5. Customizing ... [more ▼]This time, as usual, we shall see some LaTeX hints (numbered according to the following sections): 2. Numbering paragraphs, 3. Incorporating MATLAB graphics, 4. Incorporating MATLAB code, 5. Customizing an index. [less ▲]Detailed reference viewed: 62 (31 ULg) Merciadri (LaTeX) packages: An overviewMerciadri, Luca in TUGboat (2011), 32(2), 206-210I have written three LaTeX2e packages, namely bigints, dashundergaps, and plantslabels. Because there are so many submitted packages, TeX-information sources are so used that communications rapidly go to ... [more ▼]I have written three LaTeX2e packages, namely bigints, dashundergaps, and plantslabels. Because there are so many submitted packages, TeX-information sources are so used that communications rapidly go to the archives, their respective emergences could have been unoticed by the majority of the Community. I here propose a brief summary about what they do, and how they could be useful for your work. [less ▲]Detailed reference viewed: 66 (27 ULg) Some misunderstood or unknown tricks (III) (LaTeX)Merciadri, Luca in TUGboat (2011), 32(1), 104-107After two others TUGboat articles, here is a third one. This time, other tips will be given. We shall see 1. How to print, in an easy way, a monochrome version of a document, 2. How to draw rightmost ... [more ▼]After two others TUGboat articles, here is a third one. This time, other tips will be given. We shall see 1. How to print, in an easy way, a monochrome version of a document, 2. How to draw rightmost braces, 3. How to draw watermarks, 4. A plagiarism discussion and the related computational solutions. [less ▲]Detailed reference viewed: 55 (28 ULg) Some misunderstood or unknown tricks (IV) (LaTeX)Merciadri, Luca in TUGboat (2011), 32(3), 342-344This time, as habitually, we shall see tricks. Here, tricks will be: 1. How to box an equation in an align (or its align* brother), 2. How to write a standard but elegant title page, 3. How to write text ... [more ▼]This time, as habitually, we shall see tricks. Here, tricks will be: 1. How to box an equation in an align (or its align* brother), 2. How to write a standard but elegant title page, 3. How to write text above and below an image, 4. How to modify spacing between lines, 5. How to write a left brace in a subequations environment. [less ▲]Detailed reference viewed: 63 (32 ULg) Documents as a source of information; Tabular packages' purposes, conflicts; Same space in matrices; Logic inferencesMerciadri, Luca in TUGboat (2011)The various aspects of the title are considered.Detailed reference viewed: 20 (8 ULg) Some misunderstood or unknown tricks (II) (LaTeX)Merciadri, Luca in TUGboat (2010), 31(3), 191-193LaTeX is written in such a way that even skilled TeXnicians sometimes learn new tricks, or come to problems or errors that they cannot solve, or explain. This time, our article will be divided in two ... [more ▼]LaTeX is written in such a way that even skilled TeXnicians sometimes learn new tricks, or come to problems or errors that they cannot solve, or explain. This time, our article will be divided in two (imaginary) parts: the first (Section 2) will treat 1. Avoiding erroneous references for floats, and the second (the rest) will give, as in my preceding paper, some ways to achieve special things in LaTeX2e. These tricks are often explained on the Internet, but very difficult to find. The second part will then speak about 2. Exporting spreadsheets into LaTeX, 3. Writing QED symbols as nicely as possible, 4. Counting the number of pages and tables, 5. Writing messages on would-be blank pages, 6. Writing dots in matrices, 7. Drawing logic gates, 8. Writing enumerations with textcircled numbers. [less ▲]Detailed reference viewed: 79 (36 ULg) Some misunderstood or unknown tricks (LaTeX)Merciadri, Luca in TUGboat (2010), 31(1), 76-78Some very simple things to do in LATEX2e are often misunderstood (or simply unknown) to the –even skilled– writer. We here present some useful codes for 1. pedagogical uses: write a matrix with borders ... [more ▼]Some very simple things to do in LATEX2e are often misunderstood (or simply unknown) to the –even skilled– writer. We here present some useful codes for 1. pedagogical uses: write a matrix with borders; show simplifications of terms in mathematical developments, 2. presenting data: make an accolade in a table, 3. solving the Springer’s tocdepth problem in svmono class, 4. writing european envelopes in an efficient way, 5. improving typography: the microtype package. [less ▲]Detailed reference viewed: 284 (53 ULg) 1