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accepted How to use display equations with psfrag?
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comment How to use display equations with psfrag?
@DavidCarlisle: Ahhh, I see. I have never used \parbox so I am unfamiliar with how I would use it. I looked up the documentation and it seems that I need to know the width beforehand (i.e your 3cm), but how do I know the width of my expression before i have seen it? Is there a rule of thumb you use to make sure the parbox is big enough to contain the contents?
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comment How to use display equations with psfrag?
@DavidCarlisle: Thanks for the suggestion. As noted in the question I have tried \displaystyle and it does compile correctly. However, the question is more general. Say that I want to include an equation that involves more complicated (and usually written on multiple lines) formatting, e.g. a \begin{cases} environment. I need pstool to be able to handle whatever I might put inside of a generic \begin{equation}...\end{equation}. Any suggestions?
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comment Why does leftidx not work in a figure caption?
Perfect! Thanks.
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comment Simple way to place an array of symbols above a letter?
@egreg: Awesome! Thank you so much! One other question, if i replace the periods with other symbols, for example \triangle or \circ they are too large and overlap. Is there a way to shrink these symbols so they fit as well?
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accepted Simple way to place an array of symbols above a letter?
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comment Simple way to place an array of symbols above a letter?
@azetina: I defined the following math operators: \DeclareMathOperator*{\specialz}{\mathit{Z}} \DeclareMathOperator*{\symz}{\overset{\gshtwo\gshone}{\specialz}} and then tried to use \sideset{}{_{lm}^n}\symz, but it puts the n way above the Z since it thinks the entire symbol is the operator. If instead I try \overset{\gshtwo\gshone}{\sideset{}{_{lm}^n}\specialz} then the superscript is in the right place but the dots are not centered over the Z, they're centered over the entire symbol including the sub and superscripts
Dec
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comment Simple way to place an array of symbols above a letter?
@egreg: This is great, but I'm having trouble getting the subscripts and superscripts on the T. If I do it directly then either the dots are not centered appropriately (i.e. it is centered wrt the entire symbol rather than just the T) or the superscript is above the dots. I tried \sideset too, but it gives me errors for some reason.
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