[texhax] The visual effect of optional settings in inline lists

Barbara Beeton bnb at ams.org
Wed May 19 15:33:57 CEST 2010

    > >\begin{inparaenum}[\itshape (a)]
    > which might look odd, as the ()'s comes out in italics, which many 
    > people dislike.


    \begin{inparaenum}[(\itshape a\upshape)]

    This would use italic ``numerals'' in upright parenthesis.

but what if this is embedded in an italic
environment, such as a theorem?

my preference would be for the parens to
be upright, and i'm not sure about the
indices.  but this would handle that
worst case with a bit of overkill:


						-- bb

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