I know it's possible to have \xrightarrow (text), but if I try to do \xRightarrow (text) I get an error each time. Does anybody know if it's a syntax error or if there is a other way to produce the \Rightarrow with text above?


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Just taking the definition of \xrightarrow and replacing r by R :


\newcommand{\xRightarrow}[2][]{\ext@arrow 0359\Rightarrowfill@{#1}{#2}}




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    oh, please at least make that \mathit{hello} to get rid of the obnoxious math kerning. – barbara beeton Dec 1 '12 at 19:19
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    As I posted I felt your pain but I had to dash:-) – David Carlisle Dec 1 '12 at 20:52



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    Why the difference in arrow lengths? The head of the double arrow is under "o" of hello, while "hello" is entirely above the shaft of the single arrow. – Joshua Taylor Sep 1 '14 at 14:59

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