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comment How to wrap text around a figure? (revised)
How do you calculate the length used in \\[-\dimexpr 3\baselineskip+2\parskip\relax]? Does that depend one the picture or not?
Mar
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accepted Equalities look “broken” with tikz-cd and “math font”
Mar
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comment Equalities look “broken” with tikz-cd and “math font”
@cfr I have not looked at the code (and most likely would not be able to make much sense of it), but I think what the math font option does is hack into the font and grab the tips of everything. That includes the “tips” of equality signs. This is probably meant to ensure a consistent look of these (spacing and width of lines), but the result is obviously not satisfactory.
Mar
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comment Equalities look “broken” with tikz-cd and “math font”
@egreg Oh, I did not know that equality signs were part of the arrows library.
Mar
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comment Equalities look “broken” with tikz-cd and “math font”
@egreg From how I understand the tikz-cd manual (specifically, the part concerned with the arrow style option), the option arrow style=math font is provided by tikz-cd rather than tikz; there is another option arrow style=tikz that relies on the standard arrows library.
Mar
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Mar
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revised Equalities look “broken” with tikz-cd and “math font”
Emphasizing that it appears on print, too
Mar
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comment Equalities look “broken” with tikz-cd and “math font”
@egreg Isn’t that a very strange way to render equalities? What if the background were yellow?
Mar
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comment Equalities look “broken” with tikz-cd and “math font”
In fact, as I explicitly noted in the descripton, it is not simply a rendering issue on screen. It appears in print as well. Try printing out the page; the equality signs are clearly broken.
Mar
22
revised Equalities look “broken” with tikz-cd and “math font”
edited title
Mar
22
revised Equalities look “broken” with tikz-cd and “math font”
Missing “the”
Mar
22
comment Equalities look “broken” with tikz-cd and “math font”
Actually, it turns out that on screen, the equalities in the second example have a small grey line on the bottom, which does not look very good, despite being barely visible.
Mar
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asked Equalities look “broken” with tikz-cd and “math font”
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Feb
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comment Commutative Diagrams
tikz-cd is significantly better. It is more flexible and powerful, and just compare the hooked arrows with those of xy-pic.
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Dec
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comment Runtime of the TeX family
@JosephWright Well, if the question is that bad, then why did you bring it back to life after half a year of inactivity?
Dec
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comment Too much space after integral sign with unicode-math and lualatex
Any ideas when this will make its way to TeX Live?