package by Johannes Braams provides multilingual support for LATEX.
||ConTEXt (by Hans Hagen) is a system for typesetting documents. Visit
the PRAGMA (Advanced Document
Engineering) page for more information.
||The fontinst package originally written by Alan Jeffrey simplifies the
installation of PostScript or True Type fonts for use with (La)TEX.
to go to the fontinst homepage.
||The hyperref package by Sebastian Rahtz extends the functionality of
all LATEX cross-referencing commands so that those can be turned into
hypertext links. You can download the package from your
package by David Carlisle implements a system of defining and using a
set of parameters, which are set using the syntax <key>
||MetaPost is a graphics language by
John D. Hobby.
It is very similar to METAFONT except that it ouptuts PostScript
commands instead of bitmaps. Click
to go directly to the MetaPost home.
||Omega is an extension of TEX developed by
John Plaice and
It aims primarily at improving TEX's multilingual abilities. Visit
the Omega project home
page for more information.
||PSTricks (by Timothy van Zandt)
is a collection of PostScript-based TEX macros that are compatible with
most TEX macro packages.
||The PPower4 package by
for making dynamic presentations (requires Java).
is the homepage of PPower4.
||By Hàn Thê Thành, Sebastian Rahtz & Hans Hagen.
Creates pdf directly from TEX source files. Click
here to go the
pdfTEX support page.
is the location for Thành's source of pdfTEX.
||The pdfTricks package by
Radhakrishnan CV and Rajagopal CV
enables PSTricks macros to be used with pdfTEX. The package can be
||The pdfscreen package by Radhakrishnan CV
helps to redesign the pdf output of normal documents fit to be read in
a computer monitor while retaining the freedom of conventional
printing. You can get the pdfscreen package
||The pdfslide package by Radhakrishnan CV
provides a easy way to make technical presentations with easily
configurable options. The package can be obtained from
||A package by Stephan
Lehmke for creating dynamic online presentations with LATEX. The
latest version of the package can be found
||Xy-pic (by Kristoffer Høgsbro Rose & Ross Moore) is a package
for typesetting graphs and diagrams. The package can be obtained