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Jun
14
asked Adapt BibTeX style to give all initials
Jun
12
accepted Aligning nodes in TikZ calendar
Jun
12
asked Aligning nodes in TikZ calendar
Apr
27
accepted How can I split the log file depending on the input file?
Mar
27
asked How can I split the log file depending on the input file?
Mar
23
awarded  Nice Question
Mar
21
accepted 'Wordart' in (La)TeX
Mar
21
comment 'Wordart' in (La)TeX
Thanks, I was more interested in which techniques could be used to obtain this effect, then in this specific example (as you might have guessed). The example was mocked up in less than 2 minutes, so it is indeed just some letters handled as boxes instead of a more typographical approach. Thanks for the answers. I think the TikZ example is the easiest (or at least easiest to read afterwards) way to go.
Mar
21
asked 'Wordart' in (La)TeX
Mar
1
comment Finding all widows and orphans
Very nice idd. False positives aren't a problem. Thanks very much.
Mar
1
accepted Finding all widows and orphans
Feb
28
awarded  Nice Question
Feb
23
asked Finding all widows and orphans
Jan
8
accepted How to prevent upper case in page header?
Jan
8
asked How to prevent upper case in page header?
Sep
22
comment Lines too long due to text inside custom command not being hyphenated
Thanks, that seems fine now!
Sep
21
awarded  Nice Question
Sep
21
comment Lines too long due to text inside custom command not being hyphenated
Yes, I've also placed the \index command behind the \textbf command, but still the word isn't hyphenated except when I add \hspace{0pt} in front of it. So for know this is completely fixed for me, but it is surprising that without the \hspace{0pt} the word doesn't get hyphenated.
Sep
21
awarded  Supporter
Sep
21
comment Lines too long due to text inside custom command not being hyphenated
Hmm, strange. If I don't place that second \hspace{0pt}, then the text isn't hyphenated.