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TUGboat 43:1, 2022

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Complete issue 43:1 as one pdf (3mb) 
Front cover   c1 
Inside front cover   c2 
Contents ordered by difficulty   c3 
Title page   1 
Editorial information   2 
 
TUG Business
Institutional members   2 
 
General Delivery
From the president   (doi) 
  Boris Veytsman      [Introductory — on the use of inventions for war and peace]
 3 
Editorial comments   (doi) 
  Barbara Beeton      [Introductory — typography and TUGboat news]
    Robin Fairbairns, 1947–2022;     R.I.P. Brent Longborough;     TUG 2022— Online again;     HTML versions of TeX-related documents;     Movable metal type;     Calling all users of the UK TeX FAQ
 4-6 
Robin Fairbairns and UK TUG   (doi) 
  Jonathan Fine      [Introductory — personal remembrance of Robin]
 6 
The last decade at GUT   (doi) 
  Jacques André, Patrick Bideault, Denis Bitouzé, Michel Bovani, Thierry Bouche, Maxime Chupin, Daniel Flipo, Yvon Henel      [Introductory — response to article by J. Just; background and activities of GUTenberg]
 7-9 
 
LaTeX
Markdown 2.15.0: What's new?   (doi) 
  Vít Novotný      [Intermediate — new features both for Markdown writers and coders of templates and solutions]
 10-15 
 
Tutorials
The DuckBoat—Beginners' Pond: CDs, but not Compact Disks   (doi) 
  Carla Maggi      [Intermediate Plus — making commutative diagrams with the tikz-cd package]
 16-22 
 
Graphics
Making open source textbooks, and diagrams with AlDraTex   (doi) 
  Seth Bergmann      [Intermediate — collaborative textbooks and graphics with [Al]DraTex.sty]
 23-27 
 
Methods
Automatically removing widows and orphans with lua-widow-control   (doi) 
  Max Chernoff      [Advanced — automated removal of widow and orphan lines, without stretching, in all Lua formats]
 28-39 
 
Software & Tools
l3build: The beginner's guide   (doi) 
  Joseph Wright      [Intermediate Plus — testing, preparing, installing, and uploading releases of packages]
 40-43 
bib2gls: standalone entries and repeated lists (a little book of poisons)   (doi) 
  Nicola Talbot      [Advanced — glossary definitions in documents; reordering glossary entries in multiple ways]
 44-58 
 
Macros
Transparent file I/O using the original TeX program and the plain TeX format   (doi) 
  Udo Wermuth      [Advanced — require user confirmation on \input and other operations]
 59-72 
 
Reviews
Book reviews: LaTeX Beginner's Guide, second edition, by Stefan Kottwitz   (doi) 
  Sarah Lang      [Reports and notices — review of this introduction for today's new LaTeX users]
 73-74 
 
Hints & Tricks
The treasure chest   (doi) 
  Karl Berry      [Intermediate — new CTAN packages, October 2021–April 2022]
 75-77 
TeX Live 2022 news   (doi) 
  Karl Berry      [Reports and notices — brief summary of known issues in the TL'22 release]
 77 
 
Abstracts
Die TeXnische Komödie: issue 4/2021–1/2022   78-79 
Zpravodaj: issue 2021/1–4 
    Errata: in the printed TUGboat, the `TeX in a nutshell' article is incorrectly attributed to Petr Sojka; the author is Petr Olšák.
 79 
 
TUG Business
TUG Annual General Meeting Procedures   (doi) 
  TUG Bylaws committee 
 80 
TUG financial statements for 2021   (doi) 
  Karl Berry 
 81 
 
Advertisements
TeX consulting and production services   82-83 
TeXnology Inc.   83 
 
News
Calendar   84 

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