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An example on how to use the table using symbols both for the dots and playing direction (arbitrary): \documentclass{article} \usepackage{amsmath} \usepackage{booktabs} \begin{document} Using mathmode: \vspace{10 mm} \begin{tabular}{c | c | c | c} \(\overset{.}{Ta'}\) & \(\overset{.}{Ke`}\) & \(\overset{.}{Di}\) & \(\overset{.}{Mi}\) \\ ...


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Okay so here's my own answer, which I think is good enough for all those people like me who just want a rough guide as to what the numbers mean. \textfont2 = normal math font \scriptfont2 = script math font \scriptscriptfont2 = script-script math font \fontdimen13 = display-style superscript height \fontdimen14 = text-style non-fraction superscript ...


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Maybe an illustration would help... \documentclass{article} \newdimen\savedimen \begin{document} Control \[ x^{x^{x^{x^x}}} \frac{1}{x^{x^{x^x}}} \] \hrule \verb|\fontdimen13| $\sigma_{13}$ \savedimen=\fontdimen13\textfont2 \fontdimen13\textfont2=25pt \[ x^{x^{x^{x^x}}} \frac{1}{x^{x^{x^x}}} \] \fontdimen13\textfont2=\savedimen ...


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The accents package lets you define circ as a math accent. The result is slightly larger than \mathring. Note in teh\overset solution, \circ is not well placed (horizontally speaking): \documentclass[12pt]{article} \usepackage[utf8]{inputenc} \usepackage{amsmath} \usepackage{accents} \begin{document} \begin{tabular}{ccc} \verb+\overset+ & ...


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My impression is that you're using the wrong tool: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{amsmath} \begin{document} $\mathring{Z}^\lambda$ \end{document} If you really want a bigger circle, then something like \newcommand{\rZ}{% \vphantom{\rrZ}% get the height right \smash{\rrZ}% print the item without height {\vphantom{Z}}% provide a atom the ...


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Slight variation that saves typing \documentclass{article} \usepackage{amsmath} \newcommand\cZ{\overset{\circ}{Z}\vphantom{Z}} \begin{document} $\cZ^\lambda$ \end{document}


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To typeset the title, the class acm_proc_article-sp uses \ttlfnt which is defined using the problematic old \newfont (in fact, it uses this old command for other elements too!): \newfont{\ttlfnt}{phvb8t at 18pt} Give a sensible replacement definition such as \renewcommand\ttlfnt{\fontfamily{phv}\fontseries{b}\fontsize{18}{22}\selectfont} A complete ...


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The use of the Alt functionality is a bit of a cumbersome way of performing a subscript & superscript addition for normal text in LyX (I am using v2.1); but it does work! Use the following keys, each individually in the particular order, when you want to add a: SUBscript Alt + I O U SUPERscript Alt + I O S Then type the text which you want to have ...


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christian hupfer's answer is good, but there's an even more compact version of his second example, that takes advantage of the optional argument to the \x...harpoons construction to insert the "lower limit". i think the "default" arrows are too short, so i've forced them to be longer by adding space around the "upper limit". a \quad is too much, so i've ...


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Two possible ways, with mathtools and with chemarrow. The chemarrow spacing is definitely better, but it's necessary to switch again into math mode for the \alpha and \beta ... texts, unless other ways of providing the characters are used. Another method: stackengine package by Steven B. Segletes. \documentclass{article} \usepackage{amssymb} ...


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Use \usepackage[hyperfootnotes=false]{hyperref} to remove the clickable link from the superscript to the footnote citation at the bottom of the page. Use \AtEveryCitekey{\iffootnote{\clearfield{url}}{}} to remove the URL field from the footnote citation at the bottom of the page.



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