Context : I'm using \dot{} and \mathring{} commands, but they are way too small to be noticed if you are not reading with full attention. Sometimes, it is hard to distinguish between them both.

Illustration for the \dot{} command :

Illustration for the \mathring{} command :

My problem : I would like to make both the dot and the ring bigger so that they are easier to read. I have a book in which the ring looks better than what I have, so I'm guessing it is possible even if I can't find a clue about how to do it. Detexify is not suited for this kind of research nor did I find answers on the MathJax basic tutorial. Somehow I tried the \Huge{} command, but it changed nothing.

I take any suggestion, especially if they are quite simple ! Thanks for your time !

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    Which math font does your document employ? – Mico Feb 1 at 22:53
  • @Mico I'm using the default math font. – Matthieu Jentile Feb 2 at 9:51
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    Your question mentions MathJax. Should your question be tagged as such, if indeed you are using MathJax? – Steven B. Segletes Feb 2 at 10:14
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    @StevenB.Segletes I'm not using MathJax. I just brought up the basic tutorial since it present many basic commands such as the one I'm talking about. – Matthieu Jentile Feb 2 at 10:21

I am using the accents package: this package center the symbols below.






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  • It is working, thanks ! I still hope to find a solution where I can have a bit more room for maneuver, but I'll be satisfied with this for now. – Matthieu Jentile Feb 2 at 12:22
  • @MatthieuJentile I am happy to have helped you. Have a good LaTeX and enjoy your work. My regards – Sebastiano Feb 3 at 21:45

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