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List Archive: gentoo-pms
 Hi, Ciaran McCreesh : > On Sun, 5 Apr 2009 21:21:16 +0200 > Christian Faulhammer wrote: > > Ciaran McCreesh : > > > I'm going to be with laptop stuck in the middle of wet, miserable, > > > rainy nowhere > > > > That sounds like Scotland. > > Scotland has working interwebnets! I'm going to be in The North, which > is far worse. What the hell is north of Scotland in the UK? Don't tell me you are going abroad. > > Next thing. Putting those labels in the margin of the page makes > > it quite crowded. From a typographical point of view your page > > layout is just horrible. So I propose a redesign of the text and > > white space proportions, which will lead to larger margins all > > around (and pushing the PMS beyond 100 pages, according to my first > > test runs) > > Mmm. The problem with pushing that too far is that you end up with two > paragraphs on a page... I'm already printing 2-up for when I want to > read PMS properly. Don't make me have to buy an ebook reader! I will run some tests what looks best, and will present sample pages here... > > Timeframe? You want EAPI 3 to go in before I do my stuff here: > > > > i) factor out pms.cls and comment the preamble a bit > > ii) cheat sheet with EAPI 3 > > iii) provide named \label and \ref commands > > iv) redesing page layout > > Are you comfortable working off my eapi-3 branch that I rebase every > now and again? Not really, as I have some more pressing tasks on my agenda I am fine with postponing above tasks after the EAPI 3 merge. V-Li -- Christian Faulhammer, Gentoo Lisp project , #gentoo-lisp on FreeNode