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Theoretical physics, Computer Algebra, Java.


Mar
1
comment Vertical alignment through all document
It works fine! Thank you very much!
Feb
29
comment Vertical alignment through all document
Yes, a fixed distance.
Feb
29
comment Vertical alignment through all document
Thank you very much for your answer! It works very well! Additionally, I want to move \to leftwards a short distance. So, can you suggest, is there any way to move \to to a certain position?
Feb
29
comment Vertical alignment through all document
Thank you very much for your answer! I am very sorry for delay. I have located the problem. When I use pdflatex (twice), all goes fine, and all expressions aligned through all the document in the resulting pdf. If I compile code with latex command (twice), I get nice dvi file. But when I then build pdf (using dvipdf or dvipdfmx) the resulting pdf looks horrible (alignments are incorrect). Actually I always preferred latex && dvipdf, and may be you know, what is difference between latex and pdflatex at this point?
Feb
29
comment Vertical alignment through all document
Thank you very much for your work! I tried such an approach and found two details. 1. Compiling code within the latex && dvipdf, I need to delete file .aux at each time, otherwise the output (in case of some changes in code) will be inconsistent. But this is not a main problem. 2. I have a problem with alignment through several pages. If two expressions are on different pages, they are not aligned by \alignSymbol. What is the problem?
Feb
29
comment Vertical alignment through all document
It looks like I want, thank you! I never used tikz pictures yet, but I shall try it.
Feb
29
comment Vertical alignment through all document
Thank you, for your answer! I have refactored my question and pasted the example.