Interesting question (miktech vs. texlive). Additional consideration:
* I have installed Inkscape and try to use this drawing tool instead of Visio
* My current Inkscape installation allows me to insert TeX math and have it 
converted to a curve/object in Inkscape -- which I can then scale
* In an *ideal* world, I'd like to keep the TeX math in the Inkscape drawing in 
a form that makes LyX scale the text so that it fits with the body text size of 
the document...

OK -- I haven't looked into LyX' recent Inkscape support, and don't know 
whether such scaling is supported -- and whether Inkscape support works for 
both Miktech and TeXLive...


-----Original Message-----
From: [] On Behalf Of 
Wolfgang Engelmann
Sent: Friday, March 2, 2018 16:29
Subject: Re: texlive or miktech

Am 02.03.2018 um 16:21 schrieb Rich Shepard:
> On Fri, 2 Mar 2018, Wolfgang Engelmann wrote:
>> Which one is recommendable for the beginner: texlive or miktech? It 
>> should contain texlive-extra and/or texlive-publishers
> Wolfgang,
>   What platform (OS)?
>   I've been running texlive since it replaced tetex and recommend it 
> despite my lack of experiences with other currently-available 
> distributions.
> Regards,
> Rich
Windows. (I ask for somebody else. I am on Linux) Wolfgang

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