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revised Combining strengths of Beamer and WYSIWYG drawing tools
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accepted Subscript scaling with Latin Modern Math
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comment Subscript scaling with Latin Modern Math
Ok. Thanks. So, if these glyphs are " not encoded", I guess that explains why they don't appear in the Windows Character Map utility? So, how do I refer to these glyphs (in code, for example)?
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comment Combining strengths of Beamer and WYSIWYG drawing tools
I assume you mean the spacing between the t and the h. It looks the same using XeLateX (to me). Probably a font problem. If you see a difference, please point it out. The OP may not care about such typographical details, anyway. As I said, that's his decision. How about your statement that equations require cutting and pasting? Do you still believe that?
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revised What is the 2014 status on converting Word and MathType to LaTeX
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answered What is the 2014 status on converting Word and MathType to LaTeX
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revised Combining strengths of Beamer and WYSIWYG drawing tools
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revised Combining strengths of Beamer and WYSIWYG drawing tools
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comment Combining strengths of Beamer and WYSIWYG drawing tools
I added an example. The spacing is looser than you'd get in TeX, but the kerning of "We" looks OK to me. Anyway, the OP can decide whether or not the typsetting is adequate. My point was that all the manual adjustment he described is not necessary.
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revised Combining strengths of Beamer and WYSIWYG drawing tools
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asked Subscript scaling with Latin Modern Math
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revised Combining strengths of Beamer and WYSIWYG drawing tools
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comment Combining strengths of Beamer and WYSIWYG drawing tools
@percusse -- Which part do you think is untrue? The whole thing, or just some specific statement?
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answered Combining strengths of Beamer and WYSIWYG drawing tools
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revised Macros/encapsulation in TIKZ
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comment Macros/encapsulation in TIKZ
Thanks for your answer. Unfortunately, I'm not yet smart enough to understand much of what you did. Being able to move the label positions is definitely useful. I guess I can't do that with Jesse's solution above because the mybezier command already has 7 arguments, so 4 more would be 11, and the limit is 9, right? But maybe it's better to add the labels later, anyway, because both the position and the text are likely to vary.
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revised Macros/encapsulation in TIKZ
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answered Macros/encapsulation in TIKZ
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comment Macros/encapsulation in TIKZ
OK. Got it. Thanks very much.