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I'm a software developer. I program in Microsoft .NET and Microsoft Dynamics NAV.


Sep
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awarded  Popular Question
Feb
17
awarded  Nice Question
Nov
11
accepted Typesetting time
Nov
11
comment Typesetting time
@Qrrbrbirlbel Current use is "fancy invitation card" :-)
Nov
11
comment Typesetting time
@PeterGrill Thanks for the tip. That was just from an example I dug up but good to know. :-) PS do you have a link to your standard preamble? PPS Perfect just means "best practice", if there is such a thing.
Nov
11
asked Typesetting time
Nov
5
awarded  Suffrage
Nov
5
awarded  Nice Question
Nov
4
comment Red squiggly imitation
@barbarabeeton I don't know how appropriate the style is but in zoomed-in mode I find it looks better, subjectively speaking. Whether the developers choose this style to "cut corners" (excuse the pun) or not is an interesting question in and of itself. I don't have an answer for that.
Nov
4
awarded  Commentator
Nov
4
accepted Red squiggly imitation
Nov
4
comment Red squiggly imitation
Thanks. This is the best answer so far. The only thing missing is that the path-segment join style is different. The peaks are cut off. This makes the sguiggly look more smooth, if you will.
Nov
4
comment Red squiggly imitation
Thanks Harish! I've added a zoomed-in screenshot to show the sguiggly in great detail. It's actually not quite a wave.
Nov
4
comment Red squiggly imitation
Thanks! I've added a zoomed-in screenshot to show the sguiggly in great detail. It's actually not quite a wave.
Nov
4
comment Red squiggly imitation
I've added an extra screenshot to show how the sguiggly actually looks zoomed-in. I don't know if that's the normal look but that's how it looks in one of the most popular code editors.
Nov
4
awarded  Editor
Nov
4
revised Red squiggly imitation
added 198 characters in body
Nov
4
accepted ams bibliography style rationale
Nov
4
awarded  Yearling
Nov
4
asked Red squiggly imitation