2013-01-11 Trying LaTeX Again


Inspired by a link to LaTeX templates Brad Murray had posted recently on Google+, I decided to try and spend a few hours moving a German FATE variant of mine (inspired by the simplicity of the Diaspora core but with skills appropriate for a Mesopotamia or Ancient Greece setting) to LaTeX. I really wanted to use the Tufte template.

I really hate editing the text such that section beginnings and endings fall on page breaks! But I think it worked. I’m not quite sure whether it it actually significantly better. After having spent a few hours refreshing my LaTeX skills, I guess I’m just happy it’s done! What do you think of the layout?

Update: Now on GitHub.



Why did you make the whole document two-column?

– Stefan 2013-01-11 18:32 UTC

I like the rules in the main text and the example in the sidebar. I also like the look of the Edward Tufte books, so that was an additional incentive to use this template.

AlexSchroeder 2013-01-12 08:53 UTC

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