[tex4ht] Issue with superscripts in titles with htlatex and biblatex
Radhakrishnan CV
cvr at river-valley.org
Sat Jan 26 03:12:43 CET 2013
On Fri, Jan 25, 2013 at 3:17 AM, Danny Baillie <danny.baillie at otago.ac.nz>wrote:
>
> "Orphan" superscripts (e.g. $^{87}$) in titles of journal articles are
> incorrectly displayed as subscripts with htlatex using biblatex. Orphan
> superscripts are common for mass numbers in chemical formulae. If there is
> also an orphan subscript (e.g. $_{37}^{87}$ for an atomic number) then they
> are both shown as subscripts. This doesn't bother me at all, but I thought
> you might like to know. Here is a MWE:
>
\textsuperscript{87}Rb works fine in htlatex+biblatex combination. However,
if you have both subscript and superscript, htlatex will fail. You need to
generate MathML for mass/atomic numbers of the element, if not spacial
position will not be as you have expected. The following form works fine:
@article{ref, Title = {A {${}\sb{10}\sp{87}{\mathrm{Rb}}$} Bose
condensate}}
and will generate following output:
<math xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1998/Math/MathML"
display="inline">
<msubsup>
<mrow></mrow>
<mrow>
<mn>1</mn>
<mn>0</mn>
</mrow>
<mrow>
<mn>8</mn>
<mn>7</mn>
</mrow>
</msubsup>
<mstyle mathvariant="normal">
<mi>R</mi>
<mi>b</mi>
</mstyle>
</math>Bose condensate”.
Firefox renders correctly. In short, mzlatex+biblatex with modified input
will work OK.
Best regards
--
Radhakrishnan
River Valley<https://maps.google.com/maps?q=River%20Valley,%20Thiruvananthapuram%20Neyyardam%20Road,%20Kerala,%20India&vector=1>
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