MAPS 33 (2005.2)

Wybo Dekker
MAPS 2005.2 (English/Dutch), MAPS 33, 2005, 1-78
keywords: NTG, MAPS
abstract: NTG's magazine
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Wybo Dekker
Redactioneel (Dutch), MAPS 33, 2005, 1
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Maarten Sneep
Wachten op een Ca-tas-tro-fe (Dutch), MAPS 33, 2005, 2-3
keywords: spelling, afbreken, patronen
abstract:
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Dennis van Dok
Jewel case listings for mp3 cdroms (English), MAPS 33, 2005, 4-13
keywords: mp3, jewel case, paragraph filling, grip, ripping, audio
abstract: Making jewel case listings for mp3 cdroms is a particular challenge, since up to about ten times as much information has to be on them as on jewel cases for regular audio disks. Here TeX's abilities to adjust entire paragraphs, as opposed to just single lines, shine at you.
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Siep Kroonenberg
Font installation the shallow way (English), MAPS 33, 2005, 14-18
keywords: font installation, afm2pl, afm2tfm, TrueType, pdftex, mapfiles
abstract: For one-off projects, you can cut corners with font installation and end up with a more manageable set of files and a cleaner TeX installation. This article shows how and why.
04.pdf (333kb)
Idris Samawi Hamid
Installing Expert Fonts: Minion Pro (English), MAPS 33, 2005, 19-35
keywords: font installation, ConTeXt, expert font
abstract: Installing fonts for ConTeXt can be intimidating business. In this issue we take on a real monster: a collection of Adobe Minion Pro expert fonts. We hope our installation of this collection will provide an illustrative example for ConTeXt users, and help to ease the pain of installing new fonts (if you can install Minion Pro, Myriad Pro and Poetica, you can install just about anything!).
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Hans Hagen
Hyphenation Patterns (English), MAPS 33, 2005, 36-40
keywords: hyphenation, patterns, ConTeXt
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Taco Hoekwater
What do you do with ConTeXt? (English), MAPS 33, 2005, 41-45
keywords: ConTeXt, survey, usage
abstract: User responses to the question: `What do you do with ConTeXt?'.
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Piet van Oostrum
Een uittreksel uit de recente bijdragen in het CTAN archief (Dutch), MAPS 33, 2005, 46-51
keywords: classes, CTAN, packages, LaTeX, ConTeXt, graphics, programma's, TeX
abstract: Dit artikel beschrijft een aantal recente bijdragen uit het CTAN archief (en mogelijk andere bronnen op het Internet). De selectie is gebaseerd op wat ik zelf interessant vind en wat ik denk dat voor veel anderen interessant is. Het is dus een persoonlijke keuze. Het heeft niet de bedoeling om een volledig overzicht te geven. De uitgebreidere bijdragen zijn ook geen handleidingen. Beschouw het maar als een soort menukaart die de bedoeling heeft om de lezer lekker te maken.
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Jan van de Craats
Color separation in two-color printing (English), MAPS 33, 2005, 52-53
keywords: color, separation, printing
abstract: The book Basisboek wiskunde (`Basic Mathematics') by Jan van de Craats and Rob Bosch was typeset in LaTeX and submitted for printing as one big pdf-file. In this book one extra color (blue) was used for titles, headings, footings, important formulas, figures and also as a background color for certain pages or parts of text. Jan van de Craats, who did the typesetting, reports on a trick for obtaining color separation without flaws.
09.pdf (186kb)
Henri Adriaens, Chris Ellison
Powerdot (English), MAPS 33, 2005, 54-58
keywords: LaTeX presentations, powerdot, prosper, pstricks, xkeyval
abstract: This article describes some technical details of the powerdot class which was developed during the summer holidays of 2005.
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Siep Kroonenberg
Managing a network TeX installation under Windows (English), MAPS 33, 2005, 59-64
keywords: miktex, texniccenter, filename database, windows, registry, roaming profiles, graphic file formats
abstract:
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Ovidiu Gheorghies
An Introduction to MetaUML (English), MAPS 33, 2005, 65-78
keywords: MetaPost, TeX, LaTeX, UML, class diagram, state machine diagram, use case diagram, activity diagram
abstract: MetaUML is a GNU GPL MetaPost library for typesetting exquisite UML (Unified Modeling Language) diagrams. MetaUML offers a highly customizable, object-oriented API, designed with the ease of use in mind. This paper presents usage examples as well as a description of MetaUML infrastructure. This infrastructure may prove useful for general MetaPost typesetting, providing object-oriented replacements and enhancements to functionalities offered by the boxes package.
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