# [l2h] Unwanted, black, line segments under some images corresponding to LaTeX commands probably like \dot{\vec{r}}

Pat Somerville l_pat_s at hotmail.com
Tue May 11 07:56:14 CEST 2010

Hello. Using the year-2002 version of LaTeXHTML version 1.70 in the ouput, .html file I have horizontal, black, line segments under what correspond to probably \dot{\vec{r}} and \dot{\vec{v}} in the corresponding LaTeX, .tex file for some equations. I saw the unwanted, black, line segments in a Konqueror Web browser. The command \dot{x} corresponds to a dot above the variable x, which in turn corresponds to the time derivative of x. Last year I followed Shigeharu Takeno's kindly provided advice of commenting out the line reading

\$DVIPSOPT.= " -Ppdf";

in the LaTeX configuration file l2hconf.pm. I probably still have that line commented out. That got rid of some unwanted, black, line segments last year associated with some Portable Network Graphics (PNG) images. But last year I probably did not try to put a dot on top of a vector symbol, as in \dot{\vec{r}}. I have been using a latex2html command of the form "latex2html -nonavigation -no_math -html_version 3.2,math -split 0 Myfile.tex," with Myfile.tex being a fictitious, .tex file name. How can I get rid of the unwanted, black, line segments this time? If necessary, as a "workaround" solution I could probably use the d/dt notation instead of the dot notation for the time derivative.

Pat
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