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Robert Alessi
Fri, 14 Jan 2022 08:44:06 +0100
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Dear List,

Something happened with today's update.

Any of the -dev engines fail to compile the attached .dtx file if the
“dox” package is loaded, but I am not sure the failure is caused by
this package.

(pdf|xe|lua)latex-dev engines seem to bump into \@doc@describe which
is defined in doc-v3beta.sty.

Thank you for your help.

Best,

Robert
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Jonathan Fine
Wed, 12 Jan 2022 17:48:33 +0000
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Hi

First, there's a really valuable and important accessibility thread for us
on the Blind Math mailing list. It's deeply rooted in real-world problems
and solutions. Mainly it's Jonathan Godfrey's response to Brandon Bigg's
query: Tutorial on Using RMarkdown?
http://nfbnet.org/pipermail/blindmath_nfbnet.org/2022-January/010146.html

In tomorrow's (Thursday) TeX Hour I'll share my initial thoughts on an
architecture for accessible typesetting. This will be a technical session,
focused on having control over what happens whenever input text is added to
TeX's horizontal list for the current paragraph. Last year a similar TeX
Hour conversation led to the concept of a Portable TeX Document, so
finger's

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Jonathan Fine
Wed, 5 Jan 2022 18:20:04 +0000
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Hi

Happy New Year. May you and those around you be safe and happy.

When a year ago I started the weekly TeX Hour video meetings, I had ideas
as to what would happen. I'm pleased to say that I paid some attention to
what was going on around me, and that I was able to let go of many of my
previous ideas. Experience, someone said, is knowledge you get just after
you needed it!

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