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## New answers tagged baseline

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You need to leave a blank line before \end{tiny} Whenever you have a font size change that could involve line breaking you need to include the end of paragraph in the scope, otherwise the paragraph ends outside the scope when baseline spacing has reverted to the previous value

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TeX math extension fonts are indeed very peculiar. Knuth tried to pack as much information as possible within the scarce computing resources available when TeX was developed. So, instead of defining a parameter for the thickness of the vinculum in radicals, Knuth decided to grab the information from the math extension font metric file, precisely from the ...

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I am afraid any general and automatic solution is impossible since TeX works with lines as with boxes, i.e. the information where exactly is the problematic point within the finished line gets lost.

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