TUGboat

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TUGboat 14:2, June 1993

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Accumulated lists across all of TUGboat: by author, by category/keyword, by title.

Complete issue 14:2 as one pdf (4.9mb) 
Inside front cover   c2 
Title page   93 
Editorial information   94 
Addresses   95-96 
 
General Delivery
Opening words 
  Christina Thiele 
 97-98 
Editorial comments 
  Barbara Beeton 
     TeX 3.1415, Metafont 2.71 on the way
     LaTeX2e coming in October
     Annual meeting at Aston University
     CTAN—the Comprehensive TeX Archive Network
     TUGboat tables of contents on-line
     Encoding of 256-character math fonts
     Comment on font naming
 99-101 
The Donald E. Knuth Scholarship: 1993 Scholar and 1994 announcement 
  Nico Poppelier 
 102-103 
The A-in-LaTeX Contest: Deadline extended   103 
 
Philology
Fonts for Africa: The fc-fonts 
  Jörg Knappen 
 104-106 
 
Fonts
Implementing the extended TeX layout using PS fonts 
  Sebastian Rahtz 
 107-117 
Zebrackets: A pseudo-dynamic contextually adaptive font 
  Michael Cohen 
 118-122 
 
Graphics
From observation to publication 
  Theo Jurriens 
 123-126 
 
Book Reviews
Review of recent LaTeX books 
  Nico Poppelier 
     Helmut Kopka and Patrick Daly, A Guide to LaTeX; Antoni Diller, LaTeX Line By Line
 127-128 
 
Typesetting on PCs
ET—a TeX-compatible editor for MSDOS computers 
  John Collins 
 128-131 
 
Tutorials
Essential NFSS2 
  Sebastian Rahtz 
 132-137 
A pragmatic approach to paragraphs 
  Philip Taylor 
 138-140 
 
Letters
Truth in indexing 
  Lincoln Durst 
 141 
 
Macros
Letterspacing in TeX 
  Philip Taylor 
 141-145 
 
Abstracts
Cahiers GUTenberg #15   146 
 
News & Announcements
Calendar   147-148 
 
Advertisements
Index of advertisers   148 
 
Late-Breaking News
Production notes 
  Barbara Beeton 
 149 
Coming next issue   149 
 
TUG Business
Institutional members   150-151 
 
Advertisements
TeX consulting and production services   152 
Advertisements   152-157 


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