3
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1answer
45 views

Change vertical space in overset

How can I decrease the space in overset? I found this solution online, but it doesn't look quite like the original overset (note I know it is difficult to come up with a solution to handle all cases ...
1
vote
1answer
196 views

Micro-Typography with Luatex

Since I wanted to use Opentype with Latex, I had to go with Luatex and consequently am now missing some features of Microtype (spacing, kerning). (I tried converting my openfonts but failed) Here is ...
9
votes
4answers
147 views

Configurable spacing after \dots

LaTeX adds some space after the ellipsis \textellipsis. This is enhanced by ellipsis package, which only adds space before certain characters (and also gives the option to configure “easily” the ...
3
votes
1answer
65 views

Control the dots separation in math and text

I know how to control the spacing of the \textellipsis command. But I can't figure it out how to do so globally in all the versions of mathtools' \*dots. My idea is to use a global symbol … to use ...
4
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1answer
85 views

Double slashes close together with resizing

I basically want this symbol, but I want it to resize properly: While X/\mkern-6mu/H looks good, when I try to resize using \biggl, then the horizontal space between the two slashes becomes very ...
6
votes
1answer
159 views

\LaTeX logo too compressed with microtype and defined \SetExtraKerning

I have, perhaps, a slightly odd problem. I have used microtype to define some special spacing rules. This is the relevant bit of the preamble (and I will have hopefully not forgotten anything --- if I ...
8
votes
2answers
204 views

Cannot “kern back” after applying kerning

Usually when I apply kerning to a pair of characters, I undo the kerning by adding the negative of the kerning afterwards, i.e. {x}\kern1em\{y}\kern-1em (cf. Move a combining character with both ...
5
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1answer
265 views

Optical Kerning with microtype

I am dissapointed with microtypes kerning. This MWE: \documentclass[ngerman,10pt]{article} \usepackage[ngerman]{babel} \usepackage{lmodern} \usepackage[T1]{fontenc} ...
8
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2answers
125 views

Letter with ' (and correct spacing)

I am struggling with a problem I can't even name properly: I'm writing an article about an object A as well as its slightly different variant A'. I am wondering what character/symbol and/or spacing ...
12
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3answers
259 views

non-invasive kerning/spacing modification: what options are there?

Once in a while, you may want to (1) adjust or create a kerning pair (or, better yet, kerning class) in a font, or (2) adjust a particular glyph's sidebearings. examples of scenario (1) would include ...
11
votes
2answers
239 views

Should a negative kern be added after a degree symbol if followed by punctuation?

Not sure why I have not noticed this before, but spacing between a degree unit and punctuation seems strange as shown in red. Should a manual \kern be added (as shown in blue)? Code: ...
6
votes
1answer
382 views

Math-mode kerning/spacing of letters

Take the following two equations: \begin{equation} o^{AR}_{i,t} = w^{AR}_i x_t + o^{AR}_{i+1,t-1} \end{equation} \begin{equation} o^{MA}_{i,t} = w^{MA}_i x_t + o^{MA}_{i+1,t-1} ...
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2answers
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How can I lower an \xrightarrow

I'm referring to a previous post where I asked how to handle lines that are too tall due to stacked mathematical symbols. In particular, the problem occurs in my texts when using \xrightarrow like in ...
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1answer
276 views

Is there a method just write `---` to get an em-dash, putting thinspace both before and after it?

Is there a method just write --- to get an em-dash, putting a thinspace both before and after it? The situation about break is similar with the original ---.
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2answers
260 views

Uneven spacing around a hyphen in sans-serif?

I am used to writing the names of categories in sans-serif. Thus, for the category of R-modules, I have been using $R\textrm{-}\textsf{Mod}$ However, the kerning/spacing this produces has never ...
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2answers
344 views

How to reduce the space between two slashes when using \url?

This is a follow-up question to Space between two slashes. Bianca Lobo's answer (defining a \twobar command with proper kerning) is nice; however, it doesn't work in the argument of the \url command ...
10
votes
1answer
313 views

Space between the two slashes in “http://” too big

I'm using a lot of links with http:// in my document, but the two slashes are too much separated, I'd like them to be more near each other. How do I do this, in a neat way? I'm using a sans-serif ...
3
votes
1answer
346 views

Spacing & sizing with libertine and newtxmath

I'm using the following setup for the Libertine font: \documentclass{article} \usepackage[T1]{fontenc} \usepackage[lining]{libertine} \usepackage[libertine, cmintegrals]{newtxmath} \begin{document} ...
7
votes
2answers
449 views

Problem of different spaces between subscripts and letters in math mode

In math mode, the spaces between subscripts and letters are not always the same, but depending on the preceding letters! See e.g. (different colours indicate different spaces) Is it the feature of ...
8
votes
1answer
341 views

Kerning for arabic digits?

In most fonts, arabic digits have nonproportional width, meaning that 1 and 8 have exactly the same width even if the former has a smaller natural width. This is good for typesetting tables, but in ...
12
votes
2answers
497 views

Vain question about cdot kerning

I'm writing my first "real" paper in Latex, and one of my major pieces of notation involves item-wise multiplying the Nx1 vector \widehat{w} to the Nx1 vector \widehat{S}, and I've been using cdot to ...
4
votes
5answers
542 views

How do I disregard automatic spacing between characters in math mode?

I realize this is a bit of an odd request. I'd like to typeset some characters in math mode (such as 1 \land \lnot 2 \lor 3), and have them appear equally spaced, rather than with automatic spacing. ...