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bio website pignuoli.blogspot.com
location Rome, Italy
age 45
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I am a mathematician and a translator from Italy.

Aug
16
awarded  Quorum
Aug
12
accepted Understanding what is being downloaded
Jul
31
asked Understanding what is being downloaded
May
14
comment using gcc, g++ outside of xcode on mac
Yes, within the optional installs.
May
14
revised using gcc, g++ outside of xcode on mac
Fixed misspelling
May
14
answered using gcc, g++ outside of xcode on mac
May
13
comment How to make aliases go away when main file is deleted?
Indeed, I even hope(d) in some hidden OS option, or something. It seems a somewhat natural request.
May
12
revised How to make aliases go away when main file is deleted?
Added tag "osx"
May
11
asked How to make aliases go away when main file is deleted?
Apr
4
awarded  Commentator
Apr
4
comment How do I combine two or more images to get a single pdf file?
@HMage: Yes, right. Indeed, my sheets have no text on them, so this is not much of an issue. But your remark is useful for people with a different problem.
Mar
31
comment How do I combine two or more images to get a single pdf file?
Yes, great! Thanks.
Mar
31
accepted How do I combine two or more images to get a single pdf file?
Mar
31
comment How do I combine two or more images to get a single pdf file?
Yes, this is what I tried too. Perhaps I am doing something wrong, but if I start with image files, I drop them one after another in the drawer, I select all and save as a pdf file, only one file ends up being saved in the pdf file I get. (Plus "what's so difficult in this method" is slightly patronising and not terribly helpful, if I may afford an opinion.)
Mar
31
comment How do I combine two or more images to get a single pdf file?
Sorry, I was not clear. The link is about combining pdf files, and that is fine. What if I want to combine image files, and get a pdf as my result? Have I to convert them all into pdf files beforehand?
Mar
31
asked How do I combine two or more images to get a single pdf file?
Mar
29
awarded  Teacher
Mar
29
answered LaTeX Editor for OS X
Mar
18
accepted Using TextEdit for HTML
Mar
18
comment Using TextEdit for HTML
Thanks, great! It's a bit like choosing the way the file is encoded.