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Although I'm quite familiar with Mathematica, I always try to keep an open mind and don't use it as golden hammer. I'm particularly good at things that are fun, for instance


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awarded  Autobiographer
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awarded  Popular Question
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accepted Umlauts in a JabRef managed BibTeX file and file encoding
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comment Umlauts in a JabRef managed BibTeX file and file encoding
Thanks for the answer. I'll try this next week and let you know whether it works fine. @mpy Thank you too for your comment. I never came across iconv so far.
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comment Umlauts in a JabRef managed BibTeX file and file encoding
@Mico I know only the basics of css and I'm not sure how to transform \"o to ö with it. Do you ever used css in such a way?
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asked Umlauts in a JabRef managed BibTeX file and file encoding
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awarded  Scholar
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accepted Font-sizes in figures and subfigures
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awarded  Editor
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revised Font-sizes in figures and subfigures
added 491 characters in body
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comment Font-sizes in figures and subfigures
@PeterGrill Unfortunately my real images are kind of more complex and I use Mathematica to create them.
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awarded  Supporter
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asked Font-sizes in figures and subfigures
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awarded  Student
Sep
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comment Arranging a large number of letters on a page
@Werner Yes, the brightness of a single letter is always the same. If you look from very far on a letter, you don't see the letter, you only see a gray spot. A . is brighter than an X and you can calculate this brightness. Then you replace every pixel in the image with a letters and viewed from very far it looks like the first image in my post.
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asked Arranging a large number of letters on a page