One thing I'm jealous of the LaTeX crowd for is not having to fuck around with broken Word templates from publishers who don't use Word anyway for anything. The first thing the publication system always does is to convert the paper into PDF, so I don't see why I have to pretend Word is a good tool for structuring semantic data.
Submitting a paper to a new publisher, as you can probably tell from the gripe.
@jaranta Taylor & Francis?
@mplouffe Does it really matter? As far as I can tell, all of them work the same way.
@jaranta Just curious. I never bother formatting things according to journal style, but T&F is the only press I've run across that actively asks for something coherent across their journals. I was wondering if there were others.
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