# [XeTeX] controlling space above an inline table

Vafa Khalighi vafa at users.berlios.de
Sun Sep 13 02:45:30 CEST 2009

Hi  Michiel*

*By looking at your PDF, I think that you want to write some words in the
top of another word, right?

Well, I would suggest an alternative approach. You could redefine \stackrel
macro so that you can use it in texts as well:

%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
\makeatletter
\let\origin at stackrel\stackrel
\def\stackrel#1#2{%
\relax
\ifmmode\origin at stackrel{#1}{#2}%
\else $\origin at stackrel{\hbox{#2}}{\hbox{#1}}\m at th$\relax\fi}
\makeatother
%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%

So now if I want  "one" to be on top of "two", I can write
\stackrel{two}{one}.

This will produce what you want, I think.

--
Vafa
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