[Scribus] Linux Font Editor?

Bart Alberti bart
Sun Oct 2 02:46:16 CEST 2005

I agree. LaTeX is well worth learning and learning well (it produces 
exquisite matter). After all, you are a student of linguistics. You 
started somewhere, didn't you? You mastered the IPA symbols and their 
use and pronunciation which is more than I can do who barely speak my 
own (English-American) language well. You need a TEXT, yes! Study it!

Bart Alberti

Gregory Pittman wrote:

> John Jordan wrote:
>> I might be able to learn TeX if there were actual hands-on classes 
>> with instructors to show me step by step how to do it. But the online 
>> documentation is hopeless for me. I couldn't understand even the 
>> first sentence. I would have to ask a question online for each 
>> paragraph of the instructions and then wait several days for someone 
>> to answer it. I'd be dead before I figured it out to the level you 
>> have achieved. My brain is not equal to yours.
> Like Christoph was saying, you really need a *text* on LaTeX. The 
> online stuff is only going to be useful as a quick reference when you 
> already know what you're doing, you just forgot the syntax or tag.
> What I have done over the years is create some example files in LaTeX 
> to accomplish various conceptual ideas, which I modify or just get a 
> quick reminder about how to do various things.
> Greg
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