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 Post subject: LateX tweaks
PostPosted: Wed, 15 Jun 2005 16:08:54 UTC 
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I have made the font smaller; vertical\ alignment should be better than $in the past $, too.

Let me know what you think!


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Love the alignment helmut! Nice one! :)

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If we write $f(x)=\frac1x, then we see some nice vertical alignment!

Looks great!


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Outstanding!


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Is that automatic, or is it necessary to type a specific command?

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It's automatic.


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What happen now?


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Basically using TeX in midsentence \text{won't look as odd} as it used to.

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Oh, I see. I recall seeing in another forum, if the user uses [itex][/itex] tags then the size of the LaTeX image generated would be the same size of the font. That way LaTeX images didn't stick out and ruin the format.


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[itex]Testing what Corneo claims.[/itex]

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Guess not. Worth a shot though.

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