[XeTeX] odd dots in math when using russian for math
Will Robertson
wspr81 at gmail.com
Tue Sep 29 13:51:13 CEST 2009
On 2009-09-29 01:54:41 +0930, Andrew Moschou
<andmos at gmail.com> said:
> Will, have you seen this?:
> http://www.uni-giessen.de/partosch/eurotex99/zaitsev.pdf
> Also:
> http://omega.enstb.org/yannis/pdf/boston99.pdf
> has some information.
Thanks for the links, I hadn't come across them before. Will file them
away to study over a rainy weekend.
> Interestingly, the big operators stretch to cover the
> size of the integrands. That's something I've been wanting to code for a
> while, and I finally did it today, I attached the result.
Looks great! I see you've found another use for glyph bounds; very
useful primitive. (By the way, don't forget about eTeX's \dimexpr :)
Or perhaps I should be encouraging you to try out expl3...)
I wonder if this would work nicely with unicode math fonts, which I
believe can have any number of extensible delimiter sizes.
There was someone on c.t.t. just the other day complaining that TeX
didn't grow his large operators for him...
Will
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