# Getting started with typesetting

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Last updated 23 March 2022.

## Git

1. Ask Scroggs to be given access as a collaborator to the GitHub repo for the latest issue.
2. If you are new to Git, GitHub Desktop is a nice, graphical way to use Git. There is a course on how to use GitHub desktop.
3. Clone the issue directory to a folder on your system.

## Fonts

You need the following fonts installed on your system:

1. Libertinus font family: Scroll down to Assets and choose ‘Libertinus-X.XXX.zip’ where X.XXX is the latest version number. You will want the fonts inside the OTF folder.
2. Raleway font family: Click ‘Download family’ in the top-right corner. You will want the fonts inside the static folder.
3. Special Chalkdust fonts: Raleway SemiBold Math, Linux Biolinum Slanted Bold, Chalkdust Icon Font

### Step 2: Install

You should install them in the normal way you install fonts on your computer.

• On Windows: In each folder, select all the fonts, then right-click them and choose ‘Install’
• On Mac: In each folder, select all the fonts, then double-click to open them and then choose ‘Install Font’
• On Linux: You already know how to do this.

## Typesetting

• The magazine is typeset using XeLaTeX. This should be an option in your LaTeX editor.
• Individual articles can be compiled directly.
• To compile the whole magazine, compile main.tex.

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• ### Optimal Pac-Man

Ghostbusting with graph theory
• ### Reinventing 2D

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