On Thu, May 31, 2012 at 10:03 AM, Mark Bakker <email@example.com>
OK. Got it. That is not what I was looking for.
But, why the leading $ sign? Just as an example? The $ sign shows up in the cursor coordinate now. Is that what was supposed to happen (it is confusing with the $ sign also being used for mathtext formatting, as you know).
I'm guessing that the example was displaying millions of dollars along the y-axis. The dollar sign can be confusing, but it's nice to know that the mathtext parser doesn't get confused ;)