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From: <moho01ab@st...>  20040523 13:51:25

On Sun, 23 May 2004 15:39:25 +0200, Wibeke Nordh=F8y =20 <wibeke.nordhoy@...> wrote: > Morten H=F8gholm wrote: > >> On Sun, 23 May 2004 15:21:19 +0200, Wibeke Nordh=F8y =20 >> <wibeke.nordhoy@...> wrote: >> >>> Thank you, >>> this is how its done: >>> >>> \begin{equation} >>> \avec{M} =3D \frac{1}{V}\sum\limits_{\substack{dipole\\\ >>> moments >>> \\\ in\ V}} \avec{\mu}_i =3D 0 >>> \end{equation} >>> >> >> Better yet use \text{dipole} and \text{moments}. > > > OK, yes, then its not in kursiv, but in normal font. The difference is even bigger, because if you just write "dipole" in = math =20 mode (La)TeX thinks it is the variables d, i, p, o, l, and e. Compare= =20 $\mathit{dipole}$ and $dipole$. You will notice that it's not even th= e =20 same font  the o is wider as a math symbol. =20 Morten H=F8gholm 
From: <wibeke.nordhoy@me...>  20040523 13:39:29

Morten H=F8gholm wrote: > On Sun, 23 May 2004 15:21:19 +0200, Wibeke Nordh=F8y =20 > <wibeke.nordhoy@...> wrote: > >> Thank you, >> this is how its done: >> >> \begin{equation} >> \avec{M} =3D \frac{1}{V}\sum\limits_{\substack{dipole\\\ >> moments >> \\\ in\ V}} \avec{\mu}_i =3D 0 >> \end{equation} >> > > Better yet use \text{dipole} and \text{moments}. OK, yes, then its not in kursiv, but in normal font. 
From: <moho01ab@st...>  20040523 13:27:39

On Sun, 23 May 2004 15:21:19 +0200, Wibeke Nordh=F8y =20 <wibeke.nordhoy@...> wrote: > Thank you, > this is how its done: > > \begin{equation} > \avec{M} =3D \frac{1}{V}\sum\limits_{\substack{dipole\\\ > moments > \\\ in\ V}} \avec{\mu}_i =3D 0 > \end{equation} > Better yet use \text{dipole} and \text{moments}. =20 Morten H=F8gholm 
From: <wibeke.nordhoy@me...>  20040523 13:21:24

Thank you, this is how its done: \begin{equation} \avec{M} =3D \frac{1}{V}\sum\limits_{\substack{dipole\\\ moments \\\ in\ V}} \avec{\mu}_i =3D 0 \end{equation} Morten H=F8gholm wrote: > On Sun, 23 May 2004 14:51:57 +0200, Wibeke Nordh=F8y =20 > <wibeke.nordhoy@...> wrote: > >> Hello >> how do I get the text of the limit to be written in two lines. In=20 >> the equation below, I want to have 'dipole moments' in the first=20 >> line, and 'in V' in the second. Otherwise it will look ugly... >> >> \begin{equation} >> \avec{M} =3D \frac{1}{V}\sum\limits_{dipole\ moments \in \V}=20 >> \avec{\mu}_i =3D 0 >> \end{equation} >> > > Look up \substack and subarray in amsldoc.dvi, p. 19. 
From: <moho01ab@st...>  20040523 13:04:48

On Sun, 23 May 2004 14:51:57 +0200, Wibeke Nordh=F8y =20 <wibeke.nordhoy@...> wrote: > Hello > how do I get the text of the limit to be written in two lines. In t= he =20 > equation below, I want to have 'dipole moments' in the first line, = and =20 > 'in V' in the second. Otherwise it will look ugly... > > \begin{equation} > \avec{M} =3D \frac{1}{V}\sum\limits_{dipole\ moments \in \V} \avec{= \mu}_i =20 > =3D 0 > \end{equation} > Look up \substack and subarray in amsldoc.dvi, p. 19. =20 Morten H=F8gholm 
From: <wibeke.nordhoy@me...>  20040523 12:52:01

Hello how do I get the text of the limit to be written in two lines. In the equation below, I want to have 'dipole moments' in the first line, and 'in V' in the second. Otherwise it will look ugly... \begin{equation} \avec{M} = \frac{1}{V}\sum\limits_{dipole\ moments \in \V} \avec{\mu}_i = 0 \end{equation} 
From: <moho01ab@st...>  20040523 10:14:48

On Sun, 23 May 2004 11:55:57 +0200, Michael Kirches =20 <Michael.Kirches@...> wrote: > Hi > > first of all, I'm new to this list and I'm relatively new to LaTeX. > Anyway, I got some problem... If I try to create a document with La= TeX =20 > that uses more than one page, paragraphs on second and following pa= ges =20 > have a greater space to the left page border that those of the firs= t =20 > page. Does anyone know how to solve this problem?! This is perfectly natural if one uses twosided printing. So either y= ou =20 have a "twoside" in your \documentclass options or you are using a = =20 document class like book or memoir, that has this as default. =20 Morten H=F8gholm 
From: Michael Kirches <Michael.K<irches@gm...>  20040523 09:56:06

Hi first of all, I'm new to this list and I'm relatively new to LaTeX. Anyway, I got some problem... If I try to create a document with LaTeX = that uses more than one page, paragraphs on second and following pages = have a greater space to the left page border that those of the first = page. Does anyone know how to solve this problem?! Greetz Michael K. 
From: Yaxin Liu <yxliu@ga...>  20040523 02:35:19

Hi, there, I have some problem with MetaPost and the postscript files it produces. The thing is that the fonts don't appear correctly when viewed using ghostview. It seems only affect math mode fonts. But they look all right in yap. And if you do dvips on the dvi file, the result is almost correct, except for small fonts. For MetaPost, I use prologues := 2, and latex. The symbols having problems are generated using btex/etex and math mode. Does anyone know how to deal with this? Or at least a way to get a correct pdf version? Thanks a lot. Yaxin 
From: David A Schneider <daschnei@um...>  20040523 00:54:50

Dear miktexusers, I am a new user of miktex, with winedt on a Windows PC. I cannot figure out how to specify a directory for miktex latex to search through in order to find my file: mymacros.tex which I bring in my .tex with a \input{mymacros.tex} command. It seems I must add a path to the miktex.ini file, and make a copy of the file in a different directory? So far I am explicitly doing \input{d:/d/math/mymacros.tex} best, David Schneider 