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Set them in equivalently-sized boxes. This is easily supported using \eqmakebox[<tag>][<align>]{<stuff>}; this sets <stuff> in a box of maximum width across all <tag>s (with a conditional <align>ment: left, centre (default) or right-aligned): \documentclass{article} \usepackage{amsmath,eqparbox} \begin{document} This ...


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You can absorb the subscripts and superscripts, measure them and then apply them. \documentclass{report} \usepackage{amsmath,xparse} \makeatletter \newsavebox{\supsub@sup} \newsavebox{\supsub@sub} \newlength{\supsub@wd} \NewDocumentCommand{\supsub}{me{^_}}{% \sbox\supsub@sup{$\m@th\scriptstyle\IfValueT{#2}{#2}$}% \sbox\supsub@sub{$\m@th\scriptstyle\...


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It is easy to draw something like this with TikZ. I used the identity map, which is a valid conformal transformation. If you want to employ a nontrivial transformation, you can do so by employing the pgf module nonlinear but this requires way more input from your side. \documentclass[tikz,border=3mm]{standalone} \usepackage{amsfonts} \usetikzlibrary{arrows....


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From the Grid trickery section of the manual: \definefloat[inlinefigure][inlinefigures][figure] \setupcaption[inlinefigure][inbetween=] \setupfloat[inlinefigure][default={here,none}] \def\inlinespectralexternalfigure[#1]{% \placeinlinefigure{}{% \externalfigure[#1][width=\textwidth,lines=1,grid=yes] } } Produces the following inline images with ...


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As explained in Why does an environment's label have to appear after the caption?, the \label must, well, appear after the \caption. In this case the caption package even issues a warning Package caption Warning: \label without proper reference on input line 11. See the caption package documentation for explanation. Unrelated: in a TeX distribution which ...


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Here a very short and simple solution without additional packages or macros: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{amsmath} \begin{document} \setbox0\hbox{$\scriptstyle a,a,\dots,a,a$} \setbox2\hbox to \wd0{\hss$\scriptstyle a,\dots,a$\hss} The correct placement: \[ \text{M}_{\box0}^{\box2}\text{M} \] \end{document}


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The issue is that epstopdf did not embed needed fonts: Times-Italic and Times-Roman: . Additional comment: EPS files you provided are ISO 8859-1 encoded, that might be the issue as well. Can you share the details about your TeX-system, epstopdf version, do you have times package installed etc.?


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The 2 lines just does the wonder of including the image just into the article size.! \usepackage[export]{adjustbox} \includegraphics[max size={\textwidth}{\textheight}]{<image>}


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Same problem after installing OSX Catalina ... But now, you need to make a link like this: sudo ln -s /opt/X11 /private/var/select/X11 (The link /usr/X11 points to /private/var/select/X11 and can't be modified.)


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