Last edited: 2015/07/10 People have asked me how I create the manuals of my packages, one has even asked me if I would write a document class similar to classicthesis. I am not going to do this but can provide my basic preamble settings. It is not very complicated, actually.
My chemmacros bundle has reached version 4.0. The step to a new major version has been made for two reasons: 1) the bundle has been extended with a new package: chemgreek. 2) every sub package can now be loaded and used independently. In all versions 3.* the ghsystem package, the …
About two weeks ago a new German Q&A (question and answer) site similar to TeX.sx has been started: texwelt.de/wissen. Detailed information in German can be found in the announcement post on the TeXwelt blog.
Since a few hours there’s a new German blog about everything in the TeX and LaTeX world. So if you’re German or are able to read and write in German take a minute to read this post.
Back in the day when I first started studying I did not know anything about LaTeX or editors, I didn’t know that Linux/Unix existed, and a computer was some tool to play games with and write reports with MS Word. I remember that I once saw a report by a …
A version 4.0 of my package bundle chemmacros is coming nearer. The most notable difference will be that the chemformula package will be usable as a standalone package. This is not what I am going to ask you about. You may know that chemmacros provides some orbital pictures:
Have you ever wondered how the inputenc package works? In this case you should read JLDiaz’ wonderful answer on TeX.sx:
I am a huge fan both of the fonts Linux Libertine O and Linux Biolinum O and Bob Tennent’s libertine package, and of Heiko Oberdiek’s hologo package that provides an easy interface to the lot of TeX related logos (many thanks to both Bob Tennent and Heiko Oberdiek for providing …
In one of the last posts I told you about my bohr package. In a comment the question came up how to draw Bohr models of atoms in an excited state.
Recently two questions on TeX.sx popped up about a way to draw cellulose.