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answered unescaped macros
Jan
18
comment Spacing around equal sign with breqn
@daleif: Indeed, but writing code to break formulas properly is going to be tricky; I have no reasons to think I'll do better that the authors of breqn.
Jan
18
comment Automatically adding spaces (tracking) between letters in math mode?
Oh well; I upvoted both answers; thanks egreg and David for all your help!
Jan
18
comment Spacing around equal sign with breqn
I wish. My input is automatically generated by another tool, so it's hard to know where to break lines.
Jan
18
comment Spacing around equal sign with breqn
Ah, that slightly defeats the promise of automation :/ I'm using breqn to automatically get decent-looking formulas (I don't have much control over the input), so it's not obvious whether I can do this.
Jan
18
comment Automatically adding spaces (tracking) between letters in math mode?
Thanks; it works perfectly. I had trouble deciding between the two solution, so I went with the one that I understood best. I hope it's an ok criterion.
Jan
18
accepted Automatically adding spaces (tracking) between letters in math mode?
Jan
18
comment Automatically adding spaces (tracking) between letters in math mode?
Thanks, this works great :)
Jan
18
asked Spacing around equal sign with breqn
Jan
16
comment Making mathmode obey spaces
I see, thanks @egreg!
Jan
16
comment Making mathmode obey spaces
Any idea why this doesn't work in macros? For example \newcommand{\ff}[2]{\forall {\spacemath{} #1}, #2}
Jan
16
comment Automatically adding spaces (tracking) between letters in math mode?
Indeed; it's always {a b c d ...: some complex expression}
Jan
16
asked Automatically adding spaces (tracking) between letters in math mode?
Dec
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Sep
29
comment \hfill after linebreak
One issue with this is that it doesn't let you wrap the some words part in an mbox; if you do and the mbox needs to be on the next line, the last lipsum line will be stretched to reach the right margin.
Sep
29
answered Change default font size while using fontspec
Sep
25
comment How can I find which font unicode-math is using for a particular symbol?
Thanks. It doesn't for me. Do you have ideas of what could cause this?
Sep
25
comment How can I find which font unicode-math is using for a particular symbol?
@egreg Sorry, I must have been unclear. From what you say, I gather that since I didn't specify a math font after loading the unicode-math, the font being used to display the arrow in the first picture is Latin Modern Math. If this assumption is correct, then I would expect that adding \fontspec{Latin Modern Math} to my document, regardless of whether unicode-math is used, would cause the arrow to be displayed as in my first picture. This is however not the case.
Sep
25
revised How can I find which font unicode-math is using for a particular symbol?
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