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December 12, 2003


Speaking of rather exclusive clubs, the dozen or so people who use my utarticle.cls LaTeX class-file may be interested in knowing that there’s a new version out. At Aaron Bergman’s instigation, I’ve “fixed” the \email{} macro. Now, loading the hyperref macro package,


converts \email{} into a clickable mailto hyperlink in the resulting PDF (or DVI) file. It’s a small thing, an arguably really geeky thing, but it makes me happy.

Posted by distler at December 12, 2003 1:05 AM

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Re: Ultra-Geek

A dozen or so people? I was afraid I was the only one!

P.S. Greetings from the KITP!

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