Ask Charm &c.
August 24, 2006
To lift a leaf from Tommaso, here we answer questions posed by search engine queries that lead to this blog.
- Some variant of “steely dan review camden“: they were great.
- “latex beamer comic“: I know what you want, you bad bad person you, and I’m not telling you how to do that. Actually, it’s extremely difficult to properly install TrueType fonts for use in the standard Linux TeX distribution (teTeX), as a couple of wasted afternoons of mine attest. What is relatively simple, shockingly, is installing Type 1-style OpenType fonts (.otf files, should you have any). Setting them up to use in teTeX is as simple as installing the LCDF Typetools, installing Fontools, then running the autoinst program. (Or you can look here for a different route.) Everything, including ligatures, can then be accessed with a simple \usepackage.
- “asner dalitz“: you may be seeking this. Or this. Or maybe neither.