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TUGboat 40:3, 2019

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Complete issue 40:3 as one pdf (9.1mb) 
Front cover   c1 
Inside front cover   c2 
Contents ordered by difficulty   c3 
Title page   209 
Editorial information   210 
 
TUG Business
Institutional members   210 
 
General Delivery
From the president 
  Boris Veytsman      [Introductory — TeX exhibition at The Book Club of California; typography as a conservative art]
 211 
Editorial comments 
  Barbara Beeton      [Introductory — typography and TUGboat news]
     TUG 2019 sponsors
     Kerning between lowercase+uppercase
     Differential “d”
     Bibliographic archives in BibTeX form
 212 
Ukraine at BachoTeX 2019: Thoughts and impressions 
  Yevhen Strakhov 
 213-214 
 
Publishing
An experience of trying to submit a paper in LaTeX in an XML-first world 
  David Walden      [Introductory — a report on a LaTeX submission to IEEE Annals, and consequent expectations]
 215-216 
Studying the histories of computerizing publishing and desktop publishing, 2017–19 
  David Walden      [Intermediate — transition to digital production in newspapers, trade publishing, and the creation of desktop publishing]
 217-228 
 
Resources
TeX services at texlive.info 
  Norbert Preining      [Introductory — historic, TeX Live, and CTAN repositories, some unique]
 229-230 
Providing Docker images for TeX Live and ConTeXt 
  Island of TeX      [Advanced — supporting continuous integration with a variety of Docker images]
 231 
TeX on the Raspberry Pi 
  Hans Hagen      [Intermediate — report of TeX processing on all models of the RPi]
 232-233 
 
Software & Tools
MuPDF tools 
  Taco Hoekwater      [Intermediate — summary of mutool commands to manipulate PDF files: dump, extract, convert, create, …]
 234-235 
LaTeX on the road 
  Piet van Oostrum      [Intermediate — LaTeX and Git possibilities on mobile devices]
 236-246 
 
Graphics
A Brazilian Portuguese work on MetaPost, and how mathematics is embedded in it 
  Estevão Vinícius Candia      [Intermediate Plus — summary of thesis on the mathematics of MetaPost, with graphical examples]
 247-250 
 
LaTeX
LaTeX news, issue 30, October 2019 
  LaTeX Project Team 
 251-254 
 
Methods
Understanding scientific documents with synthetic analysis on mathematical expressions and natural language 
  Takuto Asakura      [Advanced — steps toward automated understanding of STEM documents]
 255-256 
 
Fonts
Modern Type 3 fonts 
  Hans Hagen      [Advanced — OpenType extensions with color, SVG, PNG, implemented as Type 3 fonts]
 257-262 
 
Multilingual Document Processing
Typesetting the Bangla script in Unicode TeX engines —experiences and insights 
  Md Qutub Uddin Sajib      [Intermediate Plus — review of Bangla support and issues with achieving the finest quality typography]
 263-269 
 
Typography
Typographers' Inn 
  Peter Flynn      [Introductory — CV/Résumé layouts; Reversed apostrophes (II); Afterthought]
 270-271 
 
Book Reviews
Book review: Hermann Zapf and the World He Designed: A Biography by Jerry Kelly 
  Barbara Beeton      [Reports and notices — review of this first full-length biography of the great designer]
     For updates to this review, see the web version. See the TUG books page for all book reviews and discounts.
 272-273 
Book review: Carol Twombly: Her brief but brilliant career in type design by Nancy Stock-Allen 
  Karl Berry      [Reports and notices — review of this short but intensive study of a noted type designer's work]
 274 
 
Abstracts
Die TeXnische Komödie 2–3/2019   275 
Eutypon: Contents of issue 40–41 (October 2018)   276 
 
Hints & Tricks
The treasure chest 
  Karl Berry      [Intermediate — new CTAN packages, April–October 2019]
 277-278 
 
Cartoon
Comic: The history of Unicode 
  Randall Munroe 
 278 
 
TUG Business
TeX Development Fund 2014–2019 report 
  TeX Development Fund committee 
 279 
 
Advertisements
TUG 2019 sponsors: Google; Adobe; Overleaf; Pearson; STM Document Engineering Pvt Ltd   280-282 
TeX consulting and production services   283-284 
 
News
Calendar   284 


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