[XeTeX] (small) problem with vectors
Sven Willert (Arndt)
swillert at geophysik.unikiel.de
Sat Dec 13 18:29:17 CET 2008
Hi,
I've found a small problem. Using xelatex and unicodemath (which I
know is beta) something like
\documentclass[a4paper]{article}
\usepackage[]{fontspec}
\usepackage[mathstyle=tex]{unicodemath}
\begin{document}
$\vec{a}^{i,j}_k$
\end{document}
leads to a strange result. The arrow of the vector is not
centered above the vector (a in the example) but centered
above the whole construct.
\documentclass[a4paper]{article}
\usepackage[]{fontspec}
\begin{document}
$\vec{a}^{i,j}_k$
\end{document}
Runs perfectly.
Is there an easy way to work around it?
I want to hand in my ph.d. thesis on tuesday and can't just forget
about unicodemath because that would mean to much work. It's great,
though!
I could life with using construct like "{\overrightarrow{r }}^{\delta
p}_i(t)". That concrete construct, however, is not beautiful because
the arrow is way to large but much better because it's centered above
the vector....
Best regards,
Sven

Sven Willert (Arndt)
Institut für Geowisenschaften (Geophysik)
ChristianAlbrechtsUniversität zu Kiel
OttoHahnPlatz , 24118 Kiel, Germany
phone: +49 431 8803911
fax: +49 431 8804432
email: sarndt at geophysik.unikiel.de
URL: http://www.geophysik.unikiel.de/
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