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Computer Science and Mathematics student at the University of Waterloo. Lead of Infrastructure at Maluuba.

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comment Creating Kindle-friendly versions of existing LaTeX documents
You are my hero.
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comment What's the proper way to typeset a differential operator?
Is that Russian example for real? They actually do that?
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Thank you for the \textnormal tip :) I honestly didn't expect to still be getting useful information out of this question 1.5 years after posting it!
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comment What's the proper way to typeset a differential operator?
Can you post a screenshot of what this ends up looking like? I don't have a copy of XeTeX/LuaTeX handy.
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comment What's the proper way to typeset a differential operator?
Interesting -- I was surprised to read that particular rule in the "standard". Still, that seems to be a rule that is universally ignored, whereas the differential rule seems to be split approximately down the middle.
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comment What's the proper way to typeset a differential operator?
@WillieWong: Ah, thanks for that precise reference. It does explain things somewhat that house styles had become entrenched before a "standard" was agreed upon which took into consideration other fields like physics.