[OS X TeX] TeXDesign ?
ajgb at st-maurices.n-lanark.sch.uk
Tue May 15 19:20:09 EDT 2007
Thank you for your support.
Sorry for the delay in providing the details required to progress.
I want to adhere to the mailing list's etiquette, avoid attachments and
park stuff on the web.
There is a simple skeleton design I would like to realize with TeX
I want very much to build upon Philip S. Hirschhorn's excellent exam
and I am eagerly looking for pointers how to do it.
I apologize if I have misdirected my plea for help to this mailing list,
and welcome any redirection.
"TeX on Mac OS X Mailing List" <MacOSX-TeX at email.esm.psu.edu> writes:
>Sure, send me what you're working on, although others on the list
>will probably be more knowledgeable.
>>> Is there a particular problem you're facing or an aim you're working
>>> I wonder if something like LyX is what you are looking for.
>>> Is there really any advantage to using InDesign for control of
>>> layouts? I would think that with TeX you have as much control as is
>>> possible, except that one has to learn to program it, whereas a
>>> graphically oriented interface to the document may be more easily
>>> picked up by experimentation, if one is already familiar with similar
>>> Are you aiming to produce print manuscripts, or something like a
>>> poster or flyer, or a catalog of photos?
>>> On May 14, 2007, at 7:38 PM, AJG Baeumel wrote:
>>>> To Whom It May Concern,
>>>> I am looking for guidance for and pointers to how to approximate and
>>>> realize fine-grained layout controls for graphics and the rest(math/
>>>> along the lines of InDesign. I am aware of the dichotomy between
>>>> structural and frame based approaches. Where are the mediators and
>>>> I have experienced the power of the text/math typesetting and I have
>>>> encountered difficulties in realizing customized layouts.
>>>> Could you please advise?
AJG Baeumel mailto:ajgB at st-maurices.n-lanark.sch.uk
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