[luatex] Wrong placement of \int\limits in Lua(La)TeX

Simon May simon.b.may at gmail.com
Tue Mar 3 20:03:33 CET 2015


with unicode-math and LuaLaTeX, the placement of the limits using
\int\limits is incorrect. The limits are placed too far to the right. As
discussed in the comments at
this issue does not occur with XeTeX. There is also a bug at
that might refer to this same issue. Is this indeed a bug in LuaTeX and
are there perhaps any workarounds?
I'm using LuaTeX beta-0.79.1 (TeX Live 2014/Debian) (rev 4971).

Below is a demonstration of this issue. Producing the document will show
the incorrect placement of the limits. Removing the line
"\usepackage{unicode-math}" will show the expected output.


Out of interest: Using unicode-math (even without limits) does not
produce the same output in the example as the same document without
unicode-math. The the size of the integral sign and the spacing of the
limits changes slightly. Is this intended/expected?

Simon May
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