Get started with Latex on Linux [closed]

Closed. This question does not meet Stack Overflow guidelines. It is not currently accepting answers. Want to improve this question? Update the question so it’s on-topic for Stack Overflow. Closed 4 years ago. Improve this question Impressed by is-latex-worth-learning-today, and many how-to’s on Windows, How do you have someone started with LaTeX on Linux? How … Read more

numbers and units in InDesign: Is there an easy way to do this?

I am involved in the writing of a lot of scientific texts. A lot of them I (am forced to) do in LaTeX. However, I prefer InDesign, and use it more often than Latex. Scientific/engineering texts often requires lots of numbers with units (“5 m”, or “10 s”, or whatever). The scientific styleguides I tend … Read more

Illustrator: line breaks vs paragraph breaks

When working with area text in Illustrator, I sometimes use the space after option. This makes it more obvious when I create a line break, as illustrator automatically inserts a paragraph break as well. Is there a way to create a simple line break, without having to space or tab your way to the end … Read more

InDesign: should a baseline grid be used for 190-page magazine?

I’ve always used a baseline grid until now for magazines up to 90 pages, but this magazine will be around 190 pages – it is more like a book – so do I need to make it with text aligned to baseline grid? Which option is more professional and what method is used for creating … Read more

How do I get Thai diacritics to display correctly in InDesign CS6?

I have tested several Thai fonts in InDesign CS6, and none of them are able to display Thai diacritics in the vertical stack correctly. The fonts I’ve tested include Microsoft (Norasi), Adobe (Adobe Thai), and Google (Noto Sans Thai). First, here is how the stack should appear, using Microsoft Word with TH Sarabun font: Tone … Read more