Re: How to produce Hungarian documents?
Glyn Millington wrote:
> Paul Huygen <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> >> Can anyone point me to a program which will allow her to produce her
> >> letters and essays and articles in Hungarian?
> > I know of an excellent way to produce documents in many languages. It
> > is TeX/LaTeX.
> Many thanks for the response. I use LaTeX a lot, but am not convinced
> that she will be able to handle it yet - something much more pointy-clicky
> is in order here. I know that Star Office can handle German and that's a
> major step in the right direction, but
> a. It's sooooooo sloooow!
And it behaves in memory like an ideal gas in vacuum: It eats all
available space and you can never get it out again ;)
> b. It doesn't cover all the characters needed.
This could be a font problem, get some hungarian TrueType fonts (read
the Font-Deuglification-howto) to fix this one.
> Still hunting!
Have you tried out TeXmacs (www.texmacs.org)? It's a bit of a mixture
between LaTeX and Word. It's in unstable, have a look at it.
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