[texhax] Tex Math font size adjustment
uwe.lueck at web.de
Wed May 14 12:52:03 CEST 2014
there is some maxim to keep posting to the list.
Selvakumar Nagendran 14 May 2014 at 09:02:
> APP uses Tex as i have attached sample input and output as well.
I don't see output.
I am attaching Untitled.png as APPinput.png so others can follow.
I do not know `\tf=' as a TeX command. I don't know whether it
could be from LuaTeX, but rather guess that APP uses some own
packages where \tf is defined. In that case you better look
at APP documentation and/or ask your colleagues and/or the
APP people, as your company seems to have purchased that software
for thousands of dollars.
> You see i have used different font to set the equation number (2).
An ordinary way to get an equation number would be
$$ \alpha + \beta = \gamma \eqno (2) $$
With ordinary LaTeX (rather than with APP?), equations can be
numbered automatically. You should look at APP documention
and/or ask colleagues and/or the APP people if that is supported.
> What i need is to change the font size as well.
I would guess attaching `/S=9.5' to the font identifier.
However, choosing fonts at certain places within the text source
for tiny pieces is a heavily unprofessional way of producing
documents, funny with APP and TeX made for professional
With real TeX, you could determine the proper size for equation
numbers (if you don't like the usual size) for the entire document
(using macros). With XML/SMGL, a stylesheet should care about this.
"Scientific, technical and medical journal publishing, particularly in India.
APP's automation, SGML/XML handling and mathematics formatting mean this
complex layout task can be automated."
"APP 'templates' are stylesheets which comprise page layouts, text formatting
styles and scripting. Scripting is used to automate the publishing process
using 'macros', [...]"
I think your company should care that you learn about these things.
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