Philip G. Ratcliffe
philipratcliffe at tiscali.it
Thu Oct 27 19:26:24 CEST 2005
> Thanks for the advice. I'm not sure what manual you are
> talking about (is there an online one?) but the LaTeX
> companion does list \twoheadrightarrow as an amssymb symbol.
All self-respecting packages come with a manual of some sort, which, for
example, with MiKTeX gets installed in a directory called something like
C:\...\texmf\doc\latex\packagename\. It may be in dvi, ps or pdf form. In
the ams case you should find:
> In fact, I also had a response from Barbara Beeton at AMS
> and she showed me how to rotate symbols using graphicx;
> it turns out to work fine on \twoheadrightarrow.
Yes, this is a good solution ... if the output format you're using supports
rotation (for example, dvips will).
Cheers, Phil Ratcliffe
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