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Presentations
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For
demonstration
purposes
we
ship
some
presentations
.
Some
of
these
are
called
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up
when
a
style
is
processed
(
in
demo
mode
)
.
The
look
and
feel
evolves
with
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\ConTeXt
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and
often
a
style
uses
some
trickery
(
\TeX
,
\ConTeXt
,
\MetaPost
,
\Lua
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etc
.
)
I
was
playing
with
at
that
moment
.
The
older
styles
therefore
use
more
PDF
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trickery
than
the
later
ones
(
especially
because
in
the
end
the
viewers
were
less
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stable
than
we
hoped
)
.
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Of
the
hundreds
of
presentations
made
so
far
only
a
subset
can
be
found
here
.
You
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can
find
some
more
on
the
web
(
conference
websites
)
.
Many
presentations
are
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outdated
but
might
have
some
historic
value
or
show
some
tricks
.
The
real
old
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ones
are
not
here
anyway
.
Some
presentations
build
upon
a
previous
one
although
I
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try
to
avoid
duplicate
talks
.
Of
course
status
reports
can
be
somewhat
redundant
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but
keep
in
mind
that
meetings
are
also
for
developers
.
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\ConTeXt
,
\LuaTeX
and
\MetaPost
\
related
presentations
happened
at
meetings
of
\TeX
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user
groups
like
TUG
,
NTG
,
Bacho
\TeX
,
Dante
,
CSTUG
,
UKTUG
,
GUTENBERG
,
but
also
at
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other
occasions
but
not
all
make
sense
to
collect
here
,
if
only
because
when
they
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were
close
in
time
some
were
similar
.
Also
,
I
just
deleted
some
sources
when
I
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found
them
irrelevant
for
reuse
.
You
can
always
report
a
missing
one
in
which
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case
I
'
ll
see
if
I
can
find
back
the
source
.
If
you
really
want
some
MkII
style
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in
MkIV
too
,
let
me
know
.
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Hans
Hagen
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