[NTG-context] Re: Best source of ConTeXt documentation?
patrick at gundla.ch
Tue Aug 3 08:38:13 CEST 2004
> The problem with "normal
> users" cooking up new styles is the lack of artistic abilities in
> some people (like me).
But you will never gain artistic abilities by simple copy/paste.
> One can, obviously go thru the manual cover the cover, but if one
> does not have creative thinking, then creating professional looking
> styles would be hard. That is why, users like me really do not care
> if our documents look like everybody else's (just as long as they
> look professional).
The ability to know how to program/use a text editor/use photoshop
can only help you with the technical difficulties in making a
professional cover and style. Not more.
> And of course, once we learn the tool, then making small changes
>here and there to make it look slightly different is no big deal.
Each LaTeX document looks slighlty different. But overall they are
extremely easy to classify as a LaTeX document. And why? The
distances and parameters are all given so it looks "right" and there
is no reason to change them.
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