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I'm using setspace package in the following way:


It works well, mostly very nice result, but the spaces around display math formulae had enlarged too and now they look too large. Is there a standard way to fix it, so that spacing around display math are normal again?

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You can give a minimum working example. – sandu May 12 '12 at 8:43
up vote 6 down vote accepted

You can say


or set \displayskipstretch to a different value than the default (which is equal to \baselinestretch.

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