[OS X TeX] TeX and the wild wild world out there

Bruno Voisin bvoisin at mac.com
Wed Nov 29 06:25:41 EST 2006

Le 29 nov. 06 à 11:56, Anthony Morton a écrit :

> All that's happened is that Word has evolved to where it can  
> produce acceptable math typesetting.  It's still ugly as hell but  
> at least it's legible.

I know Victor won't agree, but personally I find <http:// 
www.unicode.org/notes/tn28/UTN28-PlainTextMath.pdf>  encouraging --  
both regarding content, and as an indication of what Word 2007 can  
produce. (It was mentioned earlier here starting from <http://tug.org/ 

Please don't misinterpret me: I'm no MS lobbyist, I continue to use  
TeX and when I use WYSIWYG software I favour Pages and Keynote over  
Word and PowerPoint. But I think it's important to keep an eye of  
what's happening outside, and try to avoid prejudgements.

Bruno Voisin

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