Improvements on La Tex?

Slouber, Michael J. mjslouber at SMCM.EDU
Wed Oct 31 15:44:41 UTC 2012

Dear Jonathan and others,

Many critical editors now use the recently updated LaTeX package "eledmac" along with XeLaTeX to be able to typeset with Mac fonts.  Here are a few useful links:

The package itself:  <>
The users listserv:   <>
The list archive:       <>
Many useful posts: <>
Some sample files: <>
Many useful tips:    <>

Best of luck,

Michael Slouber
Visiting Assistant Professor
Religious Studies
St. Mary's College of Maryland<>

On Oct 31, 2012, at 11:15 AM, Jonathan Edelmann wrote:

Dear All,

I use Mac and I've started to work with La Tex for the purpose of noting variants in texts.  I find La Tex a bit non-user-friendly, and I'm wondering if someone could recommend a good website for Indologist, Sinologist, etc. who are making critical editions, or (preferably) if anyone knows a better program that will allow for multiple footnote bars, margin notes, etc.

Jonathan Edelmann

Jonathan B. Edelmann, Ph.D.  Assistant Professor of Religion
Mississippi State University Department of Philosophy and Religion
449 Hardy Road Etheredge Hall
Mississippi State 39762
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