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To reflect the way I draw math by hand, and because I find this more readable, I would like to have
\right (or a custom pair of commands) render parentheses‐like symbols with an increasing size, even if their actual content does not get taller.
As is, the code:
I am seeking something roughly looking like:
Of course, just as
\right, it would have to work automatically, that is, I wouldn’t have to specify any size information manually. My guess is that
\right measure the height of what is between them and compute an appropriate size for the parentheses. So, it might do the trick to alter their behaviour so that they pretend their parentheses to be slightly taller than how they are actually rendered — say, by a 1.2 factor, or whatever.
How can I achieve that?