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accepted triangle like \textcorner
Mar
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comment triangle like \textcorner
Now it works perfectly in superscript. Just two more requests. Why must I use M_n^{\triangleu} instead of M_n^\triangleu? Why are both symbols in M_n^{\triangleu}\triangleu of the same size?
Mar
8
comment triangle like \textcorner
Applying \reflectbox provides a way too enlarged symbol. Also, the triangle is positioned too high (overlapping with the text from the line above).
Mar
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comment triangle like \textcorner
None of the packages I already have suffice for this? At this rate, each new symbol I incorporate requires a new package. Also, why doesn't \newcommand{\utriangle}{\text{\linethickness{.1ex}\setlength{\unitlength}{.8ex} \begin{picture}(1,1)(0,-1) \polygon(0,1)(1,0)(1,1) \end{picture}}} suffice?
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revised triangle like \textcorner
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Mar
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comment triangle like \textcorner
I'd like to incorporate this into my large Texy file, which already has a lot of packages, which I've included in the opening post. Is adding pict2e really necessary? And why do you need two commands?
Mar
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asked triangle like \textcorner
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comment \subseteq + \circ as a single symbol (“open subset”)
@egreg: This didn't really work. I want to put negative spacing inside of \raisefix for each case (displaystyle, textstyle, scriptstyle, scriptscriptstyle) separately.
Jun
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comment \subseteq + \circ as a single symbol (“open subset”)
@egreg: Ok, in \opncls I've replaced #1#2 with #1\scriptstyle#2, and in \raisefix I've replaced \raise.225 by \raise.330. I'd also like to shift \circ left a little bit. What is the vertical equivalent of \raise?
Jun
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comment \subseteq + \circ as a single symbol (“open subset”)
@egreg: Within \opn and \cls, how can I scale the \circ and \bullet by factor 0.6 without changing the rest of the symbol?
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