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A too long formula with several terms in it is difficult to read, particularly when it must be split across lines and there are no “good” break points like in this case. So I believe the better strategy is to remove the most complicated term and set it apart: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{amsmath,amssymb} \begin{document} ...

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I take over the relay from Christian Hupfer and give a tcolorbox based solution. I tried to mimicry the original macros to get an equivalent appearance. The main difference is that lemma and proof are now breakable boxes. I left out the \qed since I don't know what is used for that one. The macros take an optional parameter (any tcolorbox option). E.g., use ...

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An example of a solution (some text probably omitted): \documentclass{article} \usepackage{amsmath} \usepackage{amssymb} \begin{document} \begin{align} &\mathbb{T}(\sinh^2(\theta))(t)\nonumber \\ &\qquad = \frac{2}{3} \sum_{n = 0}^{\infty} \Biggl( +\frac{|b_n|^2}{4} + \sum_{m=|n|}^{n+3} \Biggl( \operatorname{Re} \Biggl(a_n^* a_m ...

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One solution is to use \textnormal instead of \textmd when redefining \glsnamefont. \renewcommand*{\glsnamefont}[1]{\textnormal{#1}} Another -- and perhaps more consistent -- way is to redefine the formatting used by the labels of description lists, which is also used by glossaries' labels: \setkomafont{descriptionlabel}{\normalfont}

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After a few more hours of searching an reading the documentation again and again I found out that you can insert spaces by adding ~ instead of regular spaces (was a bit hidden). It does not look very nice in the source code but I does the job. I also used two self defined macros to eliminate the space above the un-chorded lines. Everything it does is to ...

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