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Feb
10
comment multi character subscript in a superscript
Thanks for confirming @egreg
Feb
10
comment multi character subscript in a superscript
Thanks! Yes I did notice I was getting roman one was and italics the other. I guess at this point I don't care so much about that so it's close enough. But it does seem like an issue with either MathML itself or the MathML backend in MediaWiki
Feb
10
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Feb
10
comment multi character subscript in a superscript
Thanks @Sigur, using slash worked for me. I did want a Tex solution, Mediawiki takes TeX input and converts it to different browser friendly backends.
Feb
10
revised multi character subscript in a superscript
Added Sigur's answer
Feb
10
comment multi character subscript in a superscript
If you notice I did try using braces. I don't have any operator, do I need \operatorname?
Feb
10
asked multi character subscript in a superscript
Jan
23
comment wrapping inline long lines and adding background color
Ah, Acrobat renders it better. Does it mean it's a bug in Preview, a bug in Acrobat, or undefined behavior which won't be consistent?
Jan
23
comment wrapping inline long lines and adding background color
Thanks, in the output (by TeXSHop) I see faint one pixel lines in between the highlights, as if the string was split into multiple chunks even where not needed. I guess I could live with it for now.
Jan
23
accepted wrapping inline long lines and adding background color
Jan
23
comment wrapping inline long lines and adding background color
Great! Thanks jfbu for the recipe. I don't know enough LaTeX to comment on the code, but I copy pasted this code and it works! Hope this helps others in future also. I will accept this answer for now, others are welcome to comment on the code and improve it, or provide other, better answers.
Jan
23
asked wrapping inline long lines and adding background color
Jan
19
revised Using LaTeX to keep a diary
Fixing the error I encountered. Documented http://tex.stackexchange.com/questions/94524/no-room-for-a-new-read-with-writing-a-journal here. Solution given by Joseph Wright.
Jan
19
suggested approved edit on Using LaTeX to keep a diary
Jan
19
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Jan
19
accepted “No room for a new \read” with writing a journal
Jan
19
comment “No room for a new \read” with writing a journal
Ok, done, works. :)
Jan
19
comment “No room for a new \read” with writing a journal
ummm, what's a preamble, the part before \begin{document} ? (I feel highly silly asking this question :) )
Jan
19
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Jan
19
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