[OS X TeX] Invisible character

Alain Schremmer Schremmer.Alain at gmail.com
Thu Jun 22 02:52:34 CEST 2006

Jung-Tsung Shen wrote:

> Alain, I didn't fully understand your question, and I am sure you must
> have known this (seeing you a veteran here). Anyway, I have used
> \phantom{your text} to give some space before. Not sure if \phantom{}
> gives nothing, though.

Rather than elaborate, let me give an output of the modified Robertson 

        \begin{tabular}{@{} ccc @{}}
            &    ð
            &    ð
            &    ð
            &    ð

The idea is that, with this, I can see where what goes where and what I 
don't fill doesn't show in the pdf.

Actually, it still had the bitten apples (option shift K) in the macro 
but when I pasted above I got empty squares. I pasted the ð by hand 
because this is often how it comes out by now in TeXShop—but not 
always!—and, at least for now, does not show on the pdf.


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