[texhax] [SPAM:] - Left-flushed equations - Bayesian Filter detected spam

Dieter Meinert DMeinert at RosenInspection.net
Thu May 18 07:39:29 CEST 2006

Hi Micha,
 try \usepackage{fleqn} in your preamble. 

Dieter Meinert

|=> -----Original Message-----
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|=> [mailto:texhax-bounces at tug.org] On Behalf Of Micha Hofri
|=> Sent: Mittwoch, 17. Mai 2006 17:30
|=> To: texhax at tug.org
|=> Subject: [SPAM:] - [texhax] Left-flushed equations - 
|=> Bayesian Filter detected spam
|=> Dear all:
|=> I am trying to create a list of formulas, implemented as a list 
|=> of equations.
|=> In fact,  I want to convert an existing one (typeset in 
|=> troff) to latex, 
|=> before I make additional changes.  The list can be seen in 
|=> http://web.cs.wpi.edu/~hofri/formula.pdf
|=> The problem is, that if the equations are not flushed left 
|=> the page looks 
|=> terrible, and I failed to find a way to do it.
|=> I use the class amsart.  Is this a bad choice?
|=> According to the Latex Companion the option fleqn defines a 
|=> rubber left 
|=> indent, \mathindent, and it makes the page look wobbly.  Is 
|=> there a way 
|=> to cure this rubber? that is, harden it at 0pt?
|=> Or another approach that delivers this end result?
|=> I can of course give up the automatic labeling and use 
|=> paragraphs with 
|=> \displaystyle, but the renumbering and the use of \eqref are very 
|=> desirable.
|=> Thanks,                  --Micha
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