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OT typewriter woes

From:Christopher Bates <chrisdb@...>
Date:Monday, December 8, 2008, 20:30
I keep thinking about getting a Linux mini-laptop like the eeepc or
Aspire One and attempting to install LaTeX on it. Those things are small
enough to carry around everywhere in a spare corner of my case / bag.


> ---- "Njenfalgar" <njenfalgar@...> a écrit : > > >> Wow, and I thought Microsoft Word to be messy... (Only some fonts >> contain >> IPA characters, and inputting them is a rather nontrivial task.) Long >> live >> LaTeX's Tipa package! :-) >> >> > > I completely agree! And when you don't have LaTeX handy, or don't know how it > works, one alternative on Linux is to use the UIM input method library with > its X-SAMPA input method package. You can then input IPA characters using > their X-SAMPA mnemonics. And most fonts available on Linux are full of IPA > characters so you shouldn't have a problem (I like personally the DejaVu > fonts). >