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Aug
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revised Adjusting the width of a displaymath environment
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Aug
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comment Adjusting the width of a displaymath environment
@egreg I replaced it with a real world example. Note the asymmetrical vertical spacing for the second diagram compared to the third diagram; adding \vskip -1em after \begin{adjustwidth} makes things look better.
Aug
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revised Adjusting the width of a displaymath environment
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Aug
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asked Adjusting the width of a displaymath environment
Aug
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awarded  Nice Question
Jul
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comment What is the right way to input prime with Unicode-math (LuaTeX backend)
Sorry to bring up an old topic, but it seems that the bug is still around. What's the recommended workaround?
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Apr
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accepted Is it possible to add new alphabets to unicode-math?
Apr
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comment Is it possible to add new alphabets to unicode-math?
I see! Thanks for the tremendous effort! I've hacked together something for scaling by modifying \DeclareFontShape.
Apr
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comment Is it possible to add new alphabets to unicode-math?
Wonderful! Is there a way to adjust the scaling as well, à la the Scale option in fontspec?
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comment Is it possible to add new alphabets to unicode-math?
I'm glad you found it useful! If you find any points that could be improved, please let me know.
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awarded  Notable Question
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asked Is it possible to add new alphabets to unicode-math?
Apr
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accepted `\hfill`-like spacing in math mode without using `align`
Apr
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awarded  Yearling
Apr
29
comment `\hfill`-like spacing in math mode without using `align`
Your solution seems to meet the requirements, thanks! But I'm all the more puzzled: isn't \hfill also internally implemented as a kind of \hskip?
Apr
29
comment `\hfill`-like spacing in math mode without using `align`
The tikzpicture environment (and by extension tikzcd) is, for some strange reason, typeset inline. I always enclose it in \[ ... \] to make sure it is displayed like other bits of maths.