In images with fractions the closing bracket around fractions, if present, is displayed (contrary to the opening brackets) bold. This seems to be the case when the image is generated on a Unix system. Images generated on a Windows system are correct.
The MathMl used to generate the image is:
<?xml version='1.0'?> <math xmlns:m='http://www.w3.org/1998/Math/MathML'><m:apply>
<m:eq/>
<m:ci>FormelSehrKomplex11</m:ci>
<m:apply>
<m:minus/>
<m:apply>
<m:plus/>
<m:ci>a</m:ci>
<m:ci>b</m:ci>
</m:apply>
<m:apply>
<m:times/>
<m:ci>f</m:ci>
<mo>·</mo>
<m:apply>
<m:divide/>
<m:ci>g</m:ci>
<m:ci>h</m:ci>
</m:apply>
</m:apply>
</m:apply>
</m:apply></math>
Konrad Scheel
2009-08-18
Formular generated on a Unix system
Konrad Scheel
2009-08-18
Formular generated on a Windows system
Camille Laibe
2009-11-06
I do have the same issue. However, I'm not sure that (only) comes from the operating system used:
- If I use JEuclid as a library on a GNU-Linux system, I have the "bold" closing round brackets (parenthesis) issues
- If I used JEuclid MathViewer standalone application, on the same machine/OS, I do not have this issue
Camille Laibe
2009-11-06
All right, I've just done some further tests and I think I found the cause of the difference.
When I use Java 1.5, I have the closing "bold" parenthesis effect, but when I use Java 1.6, everything seems to work just fine.
Hope that helps.