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comment How to typeset a list of laptop hardware specifications
@cfr I was referring to the fact, that often the key-value pair is too narrow horizontally. For example Speed-2Hgz or integrated-yes. If all (or most) of them are narrow, the table would be narrow and waste the space on the left and right when centered, unless there is a wrapping. However, this is a thesis and wrapping is forbidden. The table must be centered as a figure.
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comment How to typeset a list of laptop hardware specifications
@IanThompson I admit I have no code yet, but might try something looking at the wiki. I just tried to get some ideas and other solutions before I begin. This problem must have been solved before, after all.
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comment Texmaker vs TeXstudio (comparison)
But what about a reported number of bugs per time period and their seriousness? That is objective, isn't it? Also the support of IEEE in the IDE, response time to bugs (new version announcement) and suport for TeXlive 2014.
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comment Texmaker vs TeXstudio (comparison)
I have read for example that TeXstudio is buggy, but that was about a year ago. Some bugs might be persistent between multiple versions. I believe there is some quantitative metric to measure bugs. Time to fix (i.e. time between releases) might also be of importance. Also does anyone have experience with the TeXlive 2014 and style and citation support in these two IDEs?
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comment Texmaker vs TeXstudio (comparison)
Thats a nice link, thanks. Its mainly about features though and is not centered around these two IDEs. It certainly does not answer all my questions, mainly which one is more stable in real life.
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comment Native vs distribution-specific installation method
Unfortunately I dont speak italian:(. Is there any english translation of the newer version? I would use the older one but there are some significant differences, e.g. the Fedora part of the article is different in the older version.
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comment Native vs distribution-specific installation method
Great. Just a few more questions. What do you mean with the update necessary to some third-party code? Can you give an example? Binaries compiled dynamically against system-managed libraries is an advantage? Enrico Gregorio in his guide to install on Ubuntu warns before "possible damages to the system" when using tlmgr instead of 'system managed' installation. Is this a common or severe problem? I just want to run "tlmgr update -self -all".