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Missing space after “ø” \o [duplicate]

I am writing a German text with some Scandinavian names which include characters like ø. In one case the ø is at the end of the word and the following whitespace is ignored. MWE: ...
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How to reduce the space between the hat of overset and the symbol?

I would like to place the \rightharpoonup on r and get them closer. I had tried the \overset and \Rvector package. But the spacing of the former is too much. And the latter performs bad when placing ...
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Appearance issues with \bar{} and \underline{}

The following code \documentclass{article} \usepackage[T1]{fontenc} \usepackage[latin9]{inputenc} \begin{document} \[ \left[\underline{x},\bar{x}\right] \] \[ \left[\underline{t},\bar{t}\right] \] ...
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Vertical spacing between character and \hat

I am trying to typeset \hat{V} but it turns out not looking right. The hat is too close to the V so it is difficult to decipher the hat on the V. Is there a way to increase the vertical space between ...
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Drawbacks of redefining math accents with extra leading {}?

As I discovered through the non-bug latex/4253, TeX has a (mis)feature whereby it ignores braces around a \mathaccent construction: ${a_b}_c$ works, but ${\tilde a_b}_c$ fails with a "Double ...
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How to use non-breaking space (~) with \usepackage[spanish]{babel}?

I just realized that when I \usepackage[spanish]{babel} I can no longer use ~ as a non-breaking space before n or N. MWE: \documentclass{article} \usepackage[spanish,notilde]{babel} ...
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Lowering second accent in mathmode

I've come to a situation where I must put a tilde/hat over the vector sign in math mode: \begin{document} % The start of the document $\tilde{\vec{\beta}}$ \end{document} I find the resulting ...
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Math mode accents and spacing

I'm using accents to produce a variant of the \in operator but when I place an accent on it, as in \tilde{\in}, I get spacing that is different from \in, see the example and the image below. My ...
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How do I robustly typeset a double-hat?

I'm trying to typeset a symbol with two hat accents (useful for denoting superoperators in quantum mechanics, for instance), but \hat{\hat{L}} produces too much space between the hats. I found one ...