You can subscribe to this list here.
2002 
_{Jan}

_{Feb}

_{Mar}

_{Apr}

_{May}

_{Jun}

_{Jul}

_{Aug}
(123) 
_{Sep}
(228) 
_{Oct}
(340) 
_{Nov}
(203) 
_{Dec}
(195) 

2003 
_{Jan}
(318) 
_{Feb}
(253) 
_{Mar}
(185) 
_{Apr}
(239) 
_{May}
(156) 
_{Jun}
(202) 
_{Jul}
(153) 
_{Aug}
(110) 
_{Sep}
(179) 
_{Oct}
(122) 
_{Nov}
(211) 
_{Dec}
(147) 
2004 
_{Jan}
(163) 
_{Feb}
(116) 
_{Mar}
(130) 
_{Apr}
(164) 
_{May}
(132) 
_{Jun}
(150) 
_{Jul}
(118) 
_{Aug}
(188) 
_{Sep}
(149) 
_{Oct}
(135) 
_{Nov}
(100) 
_{Dec}
(140) 
2005 
_{Jan}
(105) 
_{Feb}
(136) 
_{Mar}
(68) 
_{Apr}
(89) 
_{May}
(118) 
_{Jun}
(89) 
_{Jul}
(112) 
_{Aug}
(160) 
_{Sep}
(109) 
_{Oct}
(136) 
_{Nov}
(114) 
_{Dec}
(68) 
2006 
_{Jan}
(117) 
_{Feb}
(79) 
_{Mar}
(79) 
_{Apr}
(88) 
_{May}
(116) 
_{Jun}
(147) 
_{Jul}
(73) 
_{Aug}
(239) 
_{Sep}
(152) 
_{Oct}
(207) 
_{Nov}
(88) 
_{Dec}
(104) 
2007 
_{Jan}
(131) 
_{Feb}
(72) 
_{Mar}
(148) 
_{Apr}
(177) 
_{May}
(187) 
_{Jun}
(139) 
_{Jul}
(113) 
_{Aug}
(115) 
_{Sep}
(154) 
_{Oct}
(126) 
_{Nov}
(133) 
_{Dec}
(103) 
2008 
_{Jan}
(175) 
_{Feb}
(124) 
_{Mar}
(104) 
_{Apr}
(128) 
_{May}
(99) 
_{Jun}
(149) 
_{Jul}
(100) 
_{Aug}
(59) 
_{Sep}
(46) 
_{Oct}
(120) 
_{Nov}
(56) 
_{Dec}
(36) 
2009 
_{Jan}
(57) 
_{Feb}
(51) 
_{Mar}
(64) 
_{Apr}
(54) 
_{May}
(28) 
_{Jun}
(26) 
_{Jul}
(63) 
_{Aug}
(75) 
_{Sep}
(159) 
_{Oct}
(95) 
_{Nov}
(64) 
_{Dec}
(97) 
2010 
_{Jan}
(116) 
_{Feb}
(50) 
_{Mar}
(91) 
_{Apr}
(134) 
_{May}
(134) 
_{Jun}
(94) 
_{Jul}
(54) 
_{Aug}
(52) 
_{Sep}
(75) 
_{Oct}
(147) 
_{Nov}
(99) 
_{Dec}
(148) 
2011 
_{Jan}
(87) 
_{Feb}
(70) 
_{Mar}
(87) 
_{Apr}
(66) 
_{May}
(89) 
_{Jun}
(125) 
_{Jul}
(145) 
_{Aug}
(43) 
_{Sep}
(42) 
_{Oct}
(19) 
_{Nov}
(22) 
_{Dec}
(21) 
2012 
_{Jan}
(16) 
_{Feb}
(25) 
_{Mar}
(21) 
_{Apr}
(20) 
_{May}
(33) 
_{Jun}
(20) 
_{Jul}
(16) 
_{Aug}
(36) 
_{Sep}
(48) 
_{Oct}
(19) 
_{Nov}
(34) 
_{Dec}
(22) 
2013 
_{Jan}
(53) 
_{Feb}
(64) 
_{Mar}
(37) 
_{Apr}
(45) 
_{May}
(26) 
_{Jun}
(53) 
_{Jul}
(72) 
_{Aug}
(22) 
_{Sep}
(45) 
_{Oct}
(71) 
_{Nov}
(48) 
_{Dec}
(12) 
2014 
_{Jan}
(22) 
_{Feb}
(48) 
_{Mar}
(31) 
_{Apr}
(28) 
_{May}
(52) 
_{Jun}
(56) 
_{Jul}
(45) 
_{Aug}
(6) 
_{Sep}

_{Oct}

_{Nov}

_{Dec}

S  M  T  W  T  F  S 



1
(1) 
2
(5) 
3
(5) 
4
(1) 
5
(1) 
6
(8) 
7
(2) 
8
(5) 
9
(1) 
10
(1) 
11
(3) 
12

13

14
(2) 
15

16

17
(1) 
18

19

20

21
(1) 
22
(6) 
23
(1) 
24
(15) 
25
(35) 
26
(4) 
27
(3) 
28
(32) 
29
(10) 
30
(7) 



From: Christian Schenk <cs@mi...>  20040630 13:35:58

Morten H Pedersen wrote: > I have now removed my old Miktex install, and installed everything > from scratch. If I run Latexdvipsps2pdf on this document, I get a > PDF with type 3 bitmap fonts. It works with my Setup (total MiKTEX 2.4): C:\> dvips Ppdf G0 test This is dvips(k) 5.94a Copyright 2003 Radical Eye Software (www.radicaleye.com) ' TeX output 2004.06.30:1524' > test.ps <tex.pro><altrule.pro><8r.enc><texps.pro>. [1] You should check to see whether psfonts_t1.map includes an entry for the font. On my system: C:\> find "ptmb8r" C:\localtexmf\dvips\config\psfonts_t1.map  C:\LOCALTEXMF\DVIPS\CONFIG\PSFONTS_T1.MAP ptmb8r TimesBold " TeXBase1Encoding ReEncodeFont " <8r.enc 
From: Morten H Pedersen <mhp@da...>  20040630 13:16:54

I have now removed my old Miktex install, and installed everything from scratch. If I run Latexdvipsps2pdf on this document, I get a PDF with type 3 bitmap fonts. \documentclass{article} \usepackage{times} \begin{document} \section{Test} This is a test \end{document} If I outcomment the \usepackage{times}, the (computer modern) fonts in the PDF becomes correct type 1 fonts. What is wrong. (I use the Ppdf G0 options for dvips). Any help appreciated. Output from dvips (the text from line 3 and on, does not appear if I don't use times i.e., no errors) This is dvips(k) 5.94a Copyright 2003 Radical Eye Software (www.radicaleye.com) ' TeX output 2004.06.30:1511' > test_times.ps  miktex_make_pk_font (ptmb8r, 11520, 8000, ljfour) Trying to make Pk font ptmb8r (11520 DPI)... makepk: warning: specified BDPI (8000) doesn't match ljfour resolution (600) makemf verbose ptmb8r makepk: ptmb8r.pk could not be made. dvips.exe: Font ptmb8r at 11520 dpi not found; scaling 600 instead. dvips.exe: Such scaling will generate extremely poor output.  miktex_make_pk_font (ptmr8r, 8000, 8000, ljfour) dvips.exe: Font ptmr8r at 8000 dpi not found; scaling 600 instead. <tex.pro><altrule.pro>. Sincerely, Morten H Pedersen, MD, PhD Assistant Professor Email: mhp@... 
From: Rainer Thiel <rth@ep...>  20040630 12:12:53

At 17:23 28.06.2004, Luis A. Payan R. wrote: >It seems a local problem... Many thanks to anyone who tried to help. After reinstalling the system several times, it seems I have now found the solution. The programme NTPTime that I use to synchronize my computer clock with a high accuracy clock over the internet is set by default to check every 0 Milliseconds whether or not a dialup connection is active. So NTPTime took away nearly all the system ressources. This slowed down the whole system considerably, and took Yap the breath to work as appropriate. After I set the checking time to a couple of seconds, all problems disappeared. The problem obviously was not MikTeXrelated. Many thanks again for everybody's help! Rainer Thiel  Priv.Doz. Dr. Rainer Thiel ErnstLemmerStr. 14/609 D35032 Marburg, Germany (EU) rth@... 
From: B.T.W. van Oosten <vanoosten74@pl...>  20040630 09:22:23

Holland, Frank wrote: >>Thanks guys for all the anwers, but i'm a but suprized that >>all of the >>answers containt two steps. >> First seperate one ps from the multipage ps >> Then convert this to eps >> >>After clicking around some i saw that you can do this in one step >> >>Take the multipage ps and just extract one page with gsview >>and save as >>.eps in the selection window. This seems simpler for me and i >>observed >>better quality than epswrite, which does rasterizing my vector ps file >> >> > >The twostep procedure (EXTRACTPS2EPS) gives you a true EPS file (1. line: %!PSAdobe3.0 EPSF3.0) with a tight bounding box around your figure. Simply saving the extracted page as .eps does not result in an EPS file (%!PSAdobe3.0) and does not return a tight bounding box which you certainly want to have if you don't want to mess around with white margins around your figure in your document. > >Regards, Frank > > > > >This SF.Net email sponsored by Black Hat Briefings & Training. >Attend Black Hat Briefings & Training, Las Vegas July 2429  >digital self defense, top technical experts, no vendor pitches, >unmatched networking opportunities. Visit http://www.blackhat.com >_______________________________________________ >MiKTeXUsers mailing list >MiKTeXUsers@... >https://lists.sourceforge.net/lists/listinfo/miktexusers > > > Thanks, Sorry didn't look into the file itself Benno 
From: Holland, Frank <f.holland@fz...>  20040630 09:14:00

> Thanks guys for all the anwers, but i'm a but suprized that=20 > all of the=20 > answers containt two steps. >  First seperate one ps from the multipage ps >  Then convert this to eps >=20 > After clicking around some i saw that you can do this in one step >=20 > Take the multipage ps and just extract one page with gsview=20 > and save as=20 > .eps in the selection window. This seems simpler for me and i=20 > observed=20 > better quality than epswrite, which does rasterizing my vector ps file The twostep procedure (EXTRACTPS2EPS) gives you a true EPS file (1. = line: %!PSAdobe3.0 EPSF3.0) with a tight bounding box around your = figure. Simply saving the extracted page as .eps does not result in an = EPS file (%!PSAdobe3.0) and does not return a tight bounding box which = you certainly want to have if you don't want to mess around with white = margins around your figure in your document. Regards, Frank 
From: B.T.W. van Oosten <vanoosten74@pl...>  20040630 08:56:10

Thanks guys for all the anwers, but i'm a but suprized that all of the answers containt two steps.  First seperate one ps from the multipage ps  Then convert this to eps After clicking around some i saw that you can do this in one step Take the multipage ps and just extract one page with gsview and save as .eps in the selection window. This seems simpler for me and i observed better quality than epswrite, which does rasterizing my vector ps file Thanks for all the help Benno Holland, Frank wrote: >>B.T.W. van Oosten wrote: >> >> >>>How can i include only a single page from a multipage eps figure. >>>Preferably without manually extracting the page with a >>> >>> >>external program. >> >>There is no such thing as a multipage EPS figure, the EPS format is >>singlepage by design. >> >>I suppose you want to include a specific page from a .PS file (as >>opposed to .EPS). The only option I know of is to convert the PS to a >>PDF file, and use the pdfpages package to selectively include that >>page you want. I'm afraid you will have to use PDFLaTeX instead of >>LaTeX, however, to use this. >> >>Maybe somebody else has a better solution... >> >> > >... at least a different solution: > >1. Open your multipage PS file with GSView. >2. Select the Extract command to store the page you are interested in in a separate PS file. >3. Open this file with GSView. >4. Use PS2EPS to convert this PS file to EPS format. > >Hope this helps, > >Frank > > > > >This SF.Net email sponsored by Black Hat Briefings & Training. >Attend Black Hat Briefings & Training, Las Vegas July 2429  >digital self defense, top technical experts, no vendor pitches, >unmatched networking opportunities. Visit http://www.blackhat.com >_______________________________________________ >MiKTeXUsers mailing list >MiKTeXUsers@... >https://lists.sourceforge.net/lists/listinfo/miktexusers > > > 
From: Holland, Frank <f.holland@fz...>  20040630 08:45:03

> B.T.W. van Oosten wrote: > >=20 > > How can i include only a single page from a multipage eps figure.=20 > > Preferably without manually extracting the page with a=20 > external program. >=20 > There is no such thing as a multipage EPS figure, the EPS format is=20 > singlepage by design. >=20 > I suppose you want to include a specific page from a .PS file (as=20 > opposed to .EPS). The only option I know of is to convert the PS to a=20 > PDF file, and use the pdfpages package to selectively include that=20 > page you want. I'm afraid you will have to use PDFLaTeX instead of=20 > LaTeX, however, to use this. >=20 > Maybe somebody else has a better solution... =20 ... at least a different solution: 1. Open your multipage PS file with GSView. 2. Select the Extract command to store the page you are interested in in = a separate PS file. 3. Open this file with GSView. 4. Use PS2EPS to convert this PS file to EPS format. =20 Hope this helps, Frank 
From: Morten H Pedersen <mhp@da...>  20040629 20:11:40

Sincerely, Morten H Pedersen, M.D. Email: mhp at dadlnet dot dk I just updated my Miktex installation, using the update wizard  don't know the old version (but I havent updated for a year  to be sure not to get such problems as described below). After having updated everything, fonts in PS files and pdffiles made with dvips and ps2pdf is no longer the right ones, when I use the times package. I tried to run: initexmf mkmaps which did not help. The result I get form dvips is: (see below). Looks strange. What is BDPI? And what is the those high numbers? And what is "ljfour resolution"? How can I fix this? Sincerely, Morten H Pedersen mhp@...    This is dvips(k) 5.94a Copyright 2003 Radical Eye Software (www.radicaleye.com) ' TeX output 2004.06.29:1927' > cervix3d.ps  miktex_make_pk_font (ptmr8r, 13824, 8000, ljfour) Trying to make Pk font ptmr8r (13824 DPI)... makepk: warning: specified BDPI (8000) doesn't match ljfour resolution (600) makemf verbose ptmr8r makepk: ptmr8r.pk could not be made. dvips.exe: Font ptmr8r at 13824 dpi not found; scaling 600 instead. dvips.exe: Such scaling will generate extremely poor output.  miktex_make_pk_font (ptmr8r, 9600, 8000, ljfour) dvips.exe: Font ptmr8r at 9600 dpi not found; scaling 600 instead.  miktex_make_pk_font (ptmb8r, 11520, 8000, ljfour) dvips.exe: Font ptmb8r at 11520 dpi not found; scaling 600 instead.  miktex_make_pk_font (ptmb8r, 8000, 8000, ljfour) dvips.exe: Font ptmb8r at 8000 dpi not found; scaling 600 instead.  miktex_make_pk_font (ptmr8r, 8000, 8000, ljfour) dvips.exe: Font ptmr8r at 8000 dpi not found; scaling 600 instead.  miktex_make_pk_font (ptmro8r, 8000, 8000, ljfour) dvips.exe: Font ptmro8r at 8000 dpi not found; scaling 600 instead. dvips.exe: Font Helvetica used in file 3dus_trial/figures/trial_diagram_US.eps i s not in the mapping file. dvips.exe: Font HelveticaBold used in file 3dus_trial/figures/trial_diagram_US. eps is not in the mapping file. dvips.exe: Font HelveticaOblique used in file 3dus_trial/figures/trial_diagram_    
From: <jlchacon@ul...>  20040629 17:08:41

a little better e^{i [( k _{lx}^{}  \, k _{{l'} x}^*)]} Riccardo Lattanzi wrote: >Thanks a lot for your help, the outcome looks good now! >I have just another quick question. In the output file >the expression: > >e^{i [( k _{lx}  \, k _{{l'} x}^*)=20 > >is displayed with the subscript letters not aligned (at different >levels). So the first >"k" has the subscript "lx" at a higher position than the subscript "l'x" >pf the second "k". >Is that solvable, or it has to do with the fact that the second "k" as >also the superscript "*" and Latex automatically moves down the >subscript? > >Thanks again. >Regards, > >Riccardo > > > > Original Message  >From: Stephan Klumpp <klumpp@...> >Date: Mon, 28 Jun 2004 20:07:23 +0200 >Subject: Re: [MiKTeX] problem with writing math expressions >To: miktexusers@... > > >Hi Riccardo, > >1.) My Compiler didn't know the command \mathscr, so either a package >is missing or I need that font. But don't mind, I have deleted that >command for testing. For me it doesn't have to look good ;) > > >\Psi _{ \mathscr{ll}'}=3D\sigma \int_{V_S} \, \mathcal{E}_{\mathscr l >}(\mathbf r) \cdot >{\mathcal{E}_{\mathscr l'}}^*(\mathbf r) d^3 \mathbf r$ > 2.) Delete $! You are in math mode and $ is for changing between >text and math in normal text (for example) > And you have to close the { before \mathcal{E} somewhere > >\mathcal{E} _{\mathscr l }^{^{+,}} > 3.) I'm not sure if two superscripts will work. I would avoid it. > >\begin{align} > > 4.) You have to declare how your rows should behave, eg, >\begin{align}{cc} for two rows with centered contents >5.) Do not use empty lines between align, tabular, etc. LaTeX don't >then and will produce a error message > >\end{align} > 6.) Well, and align won't work in equation at all. In this case use >eqnarray instead of equation. >This is an equation environment with three centered rows. Try: > >\begin{eqnarray} \label{eq:sgnl} >\Psi _ll'& =3D&\sigma \mathcal{E}_{ l} \cdot=20 >{\mathcal{E}_{ l'}}^* \int _{ l }^l >e^{i ( k _{{ l} z}  \, k _{{l'} z}^*) z}dz \, >\int _0 ^{r_c} rdr \, \int _0 ^{2 \pi} >e^{i [( k _{{l} x}  \, k _{{l'} x}^*) \cos{\theta} +=20 >( k _{{l} y}  \, k _{{l'} y}^*) \sin{\theta}]r}d{\theta} \\ >&&\frac{2\sin{(k _{{ l} z}  \, k _{{l'}} z}^*) l}{(k >_{{ l} z}  \, k _{{{l'}} z}^*)} >\end{eqnarray} > >NOTE: I have deleted \mathscr. See (1) > >Hope this will help you! > > >Stephan >__________________________________________________________________ >Dipl.Phys. Stephan Klumpp=20 >Fachbereich Physik=20 >Technische Universit=E4t Kaiserslautern=20 >ErwinSchr=F6dingerStra=DFe >D67663 Kaiserslautern=20 > Tel.: +49 (0631) 205 2325=20 >Fax: +49 (0631) 205 2394=20 > mailto: klumpp@... >=20 >Arbeitsgruppe Atomphysik und Angewandte Elektronenoptik: >=20 >http://3beam.physik.unikl.de/ >__________________________________________________________________ > > > >This SF.Net email sponsored by Black Hat Briefings & Training. >Attend Black Hat Briefings & Training, Las Vegas July 2429 =20 >digital self defense, top technical experts, no vendor pitches,=20 >unmatched networking opportunities. Visit http://www.blackhat.com >_______________________________________________ >MiKTeXUsers mailing list >MiKTeXUsers@... >https://lists.sourceforge.net/lists/listinfo/miktexusers > =20 > 
From: Luis A. Payan R. <listas@al...>  20040629 13:17:35

;) Ok, now I have another alternative to align equations. I understand that align equations by means of eqnarray is just a trick. Regards... Morten Høgholm wrote: > On Mon, 28 Jun 2004 15:36:01 0500, Luis A. Payan R. > <listas@...> wrote: > >> Eqnarray could work as good as align environmet, just it is >> necessary correct the space around equal symbol, try the next document: > > > There is more to this than you might think. Remember that any arrays > inside an eqnarray where you have altered \arraycolsep will also be > affected. Furthermore there is also a question of visual appearance. > Try running this document: > > \documentclass{article} > \usepackage{amsmath} > \begin{document} > % Just for showing the margins: > \noindent > \raisebox{\textheight}[0pt][0pt]{\rule{.1pt}{\textheight}} > \hfill\raisebox{\textheight}[0pt][0pt]{\rule{.1pt}{\textheight}} > > \setcounter{equation}{10} > > > {\setlength\arraycolsep{.16667em}% 3mu = 3/18em > \begin{eqnarray} > a&=&b + \begin{array}{cc} > 1 & 2 \\ > x & y > \end{array} > \end{eqnarray} > } > \begin{align} > a &=b + \begin{array}{cc} > 1 & 2 \\ > x & y > \end{array} > \end{align} > > {\setlength\arraycolsep{.16667em}% 3mu = 3/18em > \begin{eqnarray} > a&=&b + \framebox[.7\columnwidth]{Wide math; not adjusted} > \end{eqnarray} > } > \begin{align} > a &=b + \framebox[.7\columnwidth]{Wide math; adjusted} > \end{align} > > {\setlength\arraycolsep{.16667em}% 3mu = 3/18em > \begin{eqnarray} > a&=&b + > \framebox[.83\columnwidth]{Wide math overprinting the equation number} > \end{eqnarray} > } > \begin{align} > a &=b + > \framebox[.83\columnwidth]{Wide math; equation number shifted to > avoid overprinting} > \end{align} > \end{document} > > Cheers,  Luis Alfredo Payan Rodriguez ____________________________ listas@... http://www.alpanet.org 
From: <moho01ab@st...>  20040629 11:13:36

On Mon, 28 Jun 2004 15:36:01 0500, Luis A. Payan R. <listas@...= org> =20 wrote: > Eqnarray could work as good as align environmet, just it is necessa= ry =20 > correct the space around equal symbol, try the next document: There is more to this than you might think. Remember that any arrays = =20 inside an eqnarray where you have altered \arraycolsep will also be = =20 affected. Furthermore there is also a question of visual appearance. = Try =20 running this document: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{amsmath} \begin{document} % Just for showing the margins: \noindent \raisebox{\textheight}[0pt][0pt]{\rule{.1pt}{\textheight}} \hfill\raisebox{\textheight}[0pt][0pt]{\rule{.1pt}{\textheight}} \setcounter{equation}{10} {\setlength\arraycolsep{.16667em}% 3mu =3D 3/18em \begin{eqnarray} a&=3D&b + \begin{array}{cc} 1 & 2 \\ x & y \end{array} \end{eqnarray} } \begin{align} a &=3Db + \begin{array}{cc} 1 & 2 \\ x & y \end{array} \end{align} {\setlength\arraycolsep{.16667em}% 3mu =3D 3/18em \begin{eqnarray} a&=3D&b + \framebox[.7\columnwidth]{Wide math; not adjusted} \end{eqnarray} } \begin{align} a &=3Db + \framebox[.7\columnwidth]{Wide math; adjusted} \end{align} {\setlength\arraycolsep{.16667em}% 3mu =3D 3/18em \begin{eqnarray} a&=3D&b + \framebox[.83\columnwidth]{Wide math overprinting the equation num= ber} \end{eqnarray} } \begin{align} a &=3Db + \framebox[.83\columnwidth]{Wide math; equation number shifted to a= void =20 overprinting} \end{align} \end{document} Cheers, =20 Morten H=F8gholm 
From: Philip G. Ratcliffe <philip.ratcliffe@un...>  20040629 10:27:02

> I need to make upright bold fonts in math. I am using '\bm{}' (i > think it is > from carleslie package) to get the bold symbols, but it still > make the symbols > in italic. Is there anyway to get the 'upright bold symbols' in > math environment? Try this: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{txfonts} \usepackage{bm} \begin{document} {\boldmath$\alphaup$} $\bm{\alphaup}$ \end{document} The bm package is only nessary for the second solution, which is probably the most convenient if you have mixed expressions. For similar problems, try looking through symbolsa4.pdf for the complete list of typfaces, symbols etc. Cordialmente, Philip G. Ratcliffe 
From: Philip G. Ratcliffe <philip.ratcliffe@un...>  20040629 09:30:36

> >Does anybody know how to solve the other display problem I wrote about: > > > >e^{i [( k _{lx}  \, k _{{l'} x}^*) > > You need to insert an invisible prime in the first subscript: > > $e^{i[(k_{l{\vphantom'}x}^{\phantom*}  k_{l'x}^*)]}$ Michael, take a close look at these two: \begin{equation} e^{i [( k _{l^{\vphantom\prime}x}^{\vphantom{*}}  \, k _{l'x}^*)]} \end{equation} \begin{equation} e^{i[(k_{l{\vphantom'}x}^{\phantom*}  k_{l'x}^*)]} \end{equation} You need to take care with ' since \vphantom' behaves as \vphantom{^\prime} and not ^{\vphantom\prime}, which are subtly different. Cordialmente, Philip G. Ratcliffe 
From: <enrico.toniolo@po...>  20040629 06:53:33

Caro Riccardo Lattanzi, you may try with some tricks using the boxcommands, eg.: \def\esponente#1{\mbox{\makebox[0pt][l]{\raisebox{1mm}{\tiny#1}}}} $$ e^{i [( k_{lx}^{ }  \, {k\esponente{*}_{{l'} x}} )] } $$ \thehyperjack or compile this: %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%% \documentclass[letterpaper,12pt]{article} \usepackage{amsfonts} \usepackage{amsmath} \begin{document} \noindent You may try with some tricks using the boxcommands, eg. using {\tt \verb+\+makebox}: \begin{center}\footnotesize \verb+e^{i [( k_{lx}^{ }  \, {k\mbox{\makebox[0pt][l]{$^*$}}_{{l'} x}} )] }+ \end{center} % $$ \boxed{e^{i [( k_{lx}^{ }  \, {k\mbox{\makebox[0pt][l]{$^*$}}_{{l'} x}} )] }} $$ % but here the dimension of * is too big, so better may be to use {\tt \verb+\+raisebox} also: \begin{center}\footnotesize \verb+e^{i [( k_{lx}^{ }  \, {k\mbox{\makebox[0pt][l]{%+ \verb+ \raisebox{1mm}{\tiny *}}}_{{l'} x}} )] }+ \end{center} % $$ \boxed{e^{i [( k_{lx}^{ }  \, {k\mbox{\makebox[0pt][l]{\raisebox{1mm}{\tiny *}}}_{{l'} x}} )] }} $$ % that is equivalent and a little prettier to define the function {\tt \verb+\+esponente}: \begin{center}\footnotesize \verb+\def\esponente#1{\mbox{\makebox[0pt][l]{\raisebox{1mm}{\tiny#1}}}}+\\[2mm] \sl and using it in the expression then:\\[2mm] \verb+e^{i [( k_{lx}^{ }  \, {k\esponente{*}_{{l'} x}} )] }+ \end{center} % \def\esponente#1{\mbox{\makebox[0pt][l]{\raisebox{1mm}{\tiny#1}}}} $$ \boxed{e^{i [( k_{lx}^{ }  \, {k\esponente{*}_{{l'} x}} )] }} $$ % For more informations about box get a look to:\\ {\footnotesize\null\hfill\verb+...\texmf\doc\guides\lshortitalian\itlshort.pdf+} \vskip1cm \noindent Jack\hfill\null \end{document} %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%% or open the .dvi attached. Hoping this help regards. > Subject: Re: [MiKTeX] problem with writing math expressions From: Riccardo Lattanzi rlattanzi@... 20040628 21:04:56 Text: Thanks a lot for your help, the outcome looks good now! I have just another quick question. In the output file the expression: e^{i [( k _{lx}  \, k _{{l'} x}^*) is displayed with the subscript letters not aligned (at different levels). So the first "k" has the subscript "lx" at a higher position than the subscript "l'x" pf the second "k". Is that solvable, or it has to do with the fact that the second "k" as also the superscript "*" and Latex automatically moves down the subscript? Thanks again. Regards, Riccardo 
From: <enrico.toniolo@po...>  20040629 06:42:03

Q2FybyBSaWNjYXJkbyBMYXR0YW56aSwNCg0KeW91IG1heSB0cnkgd2l0aCBzb21lIHRyaWNr cyB1c2luZyB0aGUgYm94LWNvbW1hbmRzLCBlZy46DQoNClxkZWZcZXNwb25lbnRlIzF7XG1i b3h7XG1ha2Vib3hbMHB0XVtsXXtccmFpc2Vib3h7MW1tfXtcdGlueSMxfX19fQ0KJCQNCmVe e2kgWygga197bHh9XnsgfSAtIFwsIHtrXGVzcG9uZW50ZXsqfV97e2wnfSB4fX0gKV0gfQ0K JCQNCg0KXHRoZWh5cGVyamFjaw0KDQpvciBjb21waWxlIHRoaXM6DQoNCiUlJSUlJSUlJSUl JSUlJSUlJSUlJSUlJSUlJSUlJSUlJSUlJSUlJSUlJSUlJSUlJSUlJSUlJSUlJSUlJSUlJSUl JSUlJQ0KDQpcZG9jdW1lbnRjbGFzc1tsZXR0ZXJwYXBlciwxMnB0XXthcnRpY2xlfQ0KICAg XHVzZXBhY2thZ2V7YW1zZm9udHN9DQogICBcdXNlcGFja2FnZXthbXNtYXRofQ0KDQoNClxi ZWdpbntkb2N1bWVudH0NCg0KXG5vaW5kZW50IFlvdSBtYXkgdHJ5IHdpdGggc29tZSB0cmlj a3MgdXNpbmcgdGhlIGJveC0tY29tbWFuZHMsIGVnLiB1c2luZyB7XHR0IFx2ZXJiK1wrbWFr ZWJveH06DQpcYmVnaW57Y2VudGVyfVxmb290bm90ZXNpemUNClx2ZXJiK2Vee2kgWygga197 bHh9XnsgfSAtIFwsIHtrXG1ib3h7XG1ha2Vib3hbMHB0XVtsXXskXiokfX1fe3tsJ30geH19 ICldIH0rDQpcZW5ke2NlbnRlcn0NCiUNCiQkDQpcYm94ZWR7ZV57aSBbKCBrX3tseH1eeyB9 IC0gXCwge2tcbWJveHtcbWFrZWJveFswcHRdW2xdeyReKiR9fV97e2wnfSB4fX0gKV0gfX0N CiQkDQolDQpidXQgaGVyZSB0aGUgZGltZW5zaW9uIG9mICogaXMgdG9vIGJpZywgc28gYmV0 dGVyIG1heSBiZSB0byB1c2Uge1x0dCBcdmVyYitcK3JhaXNlYm94fSBhbHNvOg0KXGJlZ2lu e2NlbnRlcn1cZm9vdG5vdGVzaXplDQpcdmVyYitlXntpIFsoIGtfe2x4fV57IH0gLSBcLCB7 a1xtYm94e1xtYWtlYm94WzBwdF1bbF17JSsNClx2ZXJiKyAgICAgICAgICAgICAgICAgICAg ICBccmFpc2Vib3h7MW1tfXtcdGlueSAqfX19X3t7bCd9IHh9fSApXSB9Kw0KXGVuZHtjZW50 ZXJ9DQolDQokJA0KXGJveGVke2Vee2kgWygga197bHh9XnsgfSAtIFwsIHtrXG1ib3h7XG1h a2Vib3hbMHB0XVtsXXtccmFpc2Vib3h7MW1tfXtcdGlueSAqfX19X3t7bCd9IHh9fSApXSB9 fQ0KJCQNCiUNCnRoYXQgaXMgZXF1aXZhbGVudCBhbmQgYSBsaXR0bGUgcHJldHRpZXIgdG8g ZGVmaW5lIHRoZSBmdW5jdGlvbiB7XHR0IFx2ZXJiK1wrZXNwb25lbnRlfToNClxiZWdpbntj ZW50ZXJ9XGZvb3Rub3Rlc2l6ZQ0KXHZlcmIrXGRlZlxlc3BvbmVudGUjMXtcbWJveHtcbWFr ZWJveFswcHRdW2xde1xyYWlzZWJveHsxbW19e1x0aW55IzF9fX19K1xcWzJtbV0NClxzbCBh bmQgdXNpbmcgaXQgaW4gdGhlIGV4cHJlc3Npb24gdGhlbjpcXFsybW1dDQpcdmVyYitlXntp IFsoIGtfe2x4fV57IH0gLSBcLCB7a1xlc3BvbmVudGV7Kn1fe3tsJ30geH19ICldIH0rDQpc ZW5ke2NlbnRlcn0NCiUNClxkZWZcZXNwb25lbnRlIzF7XG1ib3h7XG1ha2Vib3hbMHB0XVts XXtccmFpc2Vib3h7MW1tfXtcdGlueSMxfX19fQ0KJCQNClxib3hlZHtlXntpIFsoIGtfe2x4 fV57IH0gLSBcLCB7a1xlc3BvbmVudGV7Kn1fe3tsJ30geH19ICldIH19DQokJA0KJQ0KRm9y IG1vcmUgaW5mb3JtYXRpb25zIGFib3V0IGJveCBnZXQgYSBsb29rIHRvOlxcDQp7XGZvb3Ru b3Rlc2l6ZVxudWxsXGhmaWxsXHZlcmIrLi4uXHRleG1mXGRvY1xndWlkZXNcbHNob3J0LWl0 YWxpYW5caXRsc2hvcnQucGRmK30NClx2c2tpcDFjbQ0KXG5vaW5kZW50IEphY2tcaGZpbGxc bnVsbA0KDQpcZW5ke2RvY3VtZW50fQ0KDQoNCiUlJSUlJSUlJSUlJSUlJSUlJSUlJSUlJSUl JSUlJSUlJSUlJSUlJSUlJSUlJSUlJSUlJSUlJSUlJSUlJSUlJSUlJSUlJQ0KDQpTdWJqZWN0 Og0KUmU6IFtNaUtUZVhdIHByb2JsZW0gd2l0aCB3cml0aW5nIG1hdGggZXhwcmVzc2lvbnMN CkZyb206DQpSaWNjYXJkbyBMYXR0YW56aSANCnJsYXR0YW56aUBnbWFpbC5jb20gDQoyMDA0 LTA2LTI4IA0KMjE6MDQ6NTYNClRleHQ6DQoNCg0KDQpUaGFua3MgYSBsb3QgZm9yIHlvdXIg aGVscCwgdGhlIG91dGNvbWUgbG9va3MgZ29vZCBub3chDQpJIGhhdmUganVzdCBhbm90aGVy IHF1aWNrIHF1ZXN0aW9uLiBJbiB0aGUgb3V0cHV0IGZpbGUNCnRoZSBleHByZXNzaW9uOg0K DQplXntpIFsoIGsgX3tseH0gLSBcLCBrIF97e2wnfSB4fV4qKSANCg0KaXMgZGlzcGxheWVk IHdpdGggdGhlIHN1YnNjcmlwdCBsZXR0ZXJzIG5vdCBhbGlnbmVkIChhdCBkaWZmZXJlbnQN CmxldmVscykuIFNvIHRoZSBmaXJzdA0KImsiIGhhcyB0aGUgc3Vic2NyaXB0ICJseCIgYXQg YSBoaWdoZXIgcG9zaXRpb24gdGhhbiB0aGUgc3Vic2NyaXB0ICJsJ3giDQpwZiB0aGUgc2Vj b25kICJrIi4NCklzIHRoYXQgc29sdmFibGUsIG9yIGl0IGhhcyB0byBkbyB3aXRoIHRoZSBm YWN0IHRoYXQgdGhlIHNlY29uZCAiayIgYXMNCmFsc28gdGhlIHN1cGVyc2NyaXB0ICIqIiBh bmQgTGF0ZXggYXV0b21hdGljYWxseSBtb3ZlcyBkb3duIHRoZQ0Kc3Vic2NyaXB0Pw0KDQpU aGFua3MgYWdhaW4uDQpSZWdhcmRzLA0KDQpSaWNjYXJkbw0KDQoNCg== 
From: Zulkifli Hidayat <zulkifli@ee...>  20040629 04:00:34

Hi, I need to make upright bold fonts in math. I am using '\bm{}' (i think it is from carleslie package) to get the bold symbols, but it still make the symbols in italic. Is there anyway to get the 'upright bold symbols' in math environment? Any reply is appreciated. Thank you, Zulkifli  This mail sent through IMP: http://horde.org/imp/ 
From: Michael W Daniels <daniels@li...>  20040629 01:16:43

At 05:30 PM 6/28/2004, you wrote: >Does anybody know how to solve the other display problem I wrote about: > >e^{i [( k _{lx}  \, k _{{l'} x}^*) You need to insert an invisible prime in the first subscript: $e^{i[(k_{l{\vphantom'}x}^{\phantom*}  k_{l'x}^*)]}$ 
From: Cornelius C. Noack <noack@ph...>  20040628 21:32:18

On Mon, 28 Jun 2004, Fangyin Zhang wrote: > Hi, there, > > Could anyone be so kind to tell me how to control the space between the section title and the text? Occasionally (not always), I get a very large space between the title and the text. (I wrote the .cls file by myself. I am using Miktex 2.4). > > Thanks for any help! > > Fangyin > This is a feature of the class used. Since you (and only you) know that cls file (you don't even give us the name of it), you are the only person in the world who can answer your question. ccn.  ................................................................. Prof.Dr. Cornelius C. Noack Phones: Inst. f. Theor. Physik FB 1 office : +49 (421) 2182427 Universit"at Bremen secretary: 2422 OttoHahnAllee Fax : 4869 D  28334 Bremen home : +49 (421) 34 22 36 Fax: 346 7872 Email: noack at physik.unibremen.de or ccnoack at mailaps.org WWWpage: http://www.itp.unibremen.de/~noack ................................................................. 
From: Riccardo Lattanzi <rlattanzi@gm...>  20040628 21:30:19

Thanks everybody for helping. For those who ask about \mathscr I found it on one of the tutorials available online (pag 78 of PDF, pag 64 in the text): http://www.ctan.org/texarchive/info/lshort/english/lshort.pdf Does anybody know how to solve the other display problem I wrote about: e^{i [( k _{lx}  \, k _{{l'} x}^*) is displayed with the subscript letters not aligned (at different levels). So the first "k" has the subscript "lx" at a higher position than the subscript "l'x" of the second "k". Is that solvable, or it has to do with the fact that the second "k" has also the superscript "*" (and the symbol ') and Latex automatically moves down the subscript? Best Regards, Riccardo On Mon, 28 Jun 2004 22:45:52 +0200 (=?iso88591?Q?Westeurop=E4ische_Sommerzeit?=), Cornelius C. Noack <noack@...> wrote: > > Hi Ricardo, > since you say you are new to LaTeX, I must commend you on a > certain amount of bravery, tackling an already pretty advanced > task. You made about 4 different errors simultaneously. That is > not so unusal for a first draft; but obviously you had trouble > understanding the significance of the various error messages (in > your case coming from 3 different programs: TeX, LaTeX and the > amsmath package), and that is also quite common in the beginning. > So here is the most important advice: > >  Comment out as much as possible (literally even everything >  between the '\begin{document}' and the '\end{document}') >  until you get the source running errorfree, and then work >  your way up from there! > > I have taken your example and commented all your errors; cf. the > attachment. I hope you understand everything now; if not, you > should read both the LaTeX and the AmsMath documentation. > The code I sent back should run errorfree; if it doesn't, there is > an installation problem, get back to this list in that case. > > Here are a few more comments: > > (i) the command \mathscr is unkown to TeX, LaTeX and > amsmath (and to me, by the way). I have replaced it by > \textsc just to show you what's wrong, > (ii) 'letterpaper' should be the default (unless you have a > very special installation), so that is superfluous > (but innocuous), > (iii) the sitation is similar for the 'amsfonts' package: > you need that only when you need rather special math > fonts (usually not for regular physics texts), > (iv) the most nontrivial error is the mix of generic LaTeX > math constructions and those of amsmath. These are > often pretty tricky to find. You should by all means > at least browse through the amsmath users's guide, > available, e.g., from > > ftp://ftp.ams.org/pub/tex/doc/amsmath/amsldoc.pdf > > I hope this is of some help to you. > > Regards, > ccn. >  > > > > On Mon, 28 Jun 2004, Riccardo Lattanzi wrote: > > > Hi, > > > > I'm new to Latex and I really want to learn it. > > I'm trying to write a report containing some mathematical expression... > > so far it doesn't compile and I can't understand why. > > Can anybody help me with this? > > I'm pasting the code lines below. > > Thanks, > > Riccardo > > > > \documentclass[letterpaper,12pt]{article} > > \usepackage{amsfonts} > > \usepackage{amsmath} > > \author{Riccardo Lattanzi} > > \title{Analytical expression for the noise covariance matrix for > > different sample geometry} > > \begin{document} > > \maketitle > > \tableofcontents > > \section{General expression} > > \begin{displaymath} > > \Psi _{ \mathscr{ll}'}=\sigma \int_{V_S} \, \mathcal{E}_{\mathscr l > > }(\mathbf r) \cdot > > {\mathcal{E}_{\mathscr l'}}^*(\mathbf r) d^3 \mathbf r$ > > \end{displaymath} > > \begin{displaymath} > > \mathcal{E} _{\mathscr l }(\mathbf r) = \sum _{\mathscr l } \, > > \mathcal{E} _{\mathscr l }^{^{+,}} > > e^{i {\mathbf k} _{\mathscr l } \cdot \, \mathbf r  \, i \omega t }$ > > \end{displaymath} > > > > \section{Filled cylinder: length 2*l, radius a} > > > > \begin{equation} \label{eq:sgnl} > > \begin{align} > > > > \Psi _{ \mathscr{ll}'}& =\sigma \mathcal{E}_{\mathscr l} \cdot > > {\mathcal{E}_{\mathscr l'}}^* \int _{\mathscr l }^{\mathscr l } > > e^{i ( k _{{\mathscr l} z}  \, k _{{\mathscr {l'}} z}^*) z}dz \, > > \int _0 ^{r_c} rdr \, \int _0 ^{2 \pi} > > e^{i [( k _{{\mathscr l} x}  \, k _{{\mathscr {l'}} x}^*) \cos{\theta} + > > ( k _{{\mathscr l} y}  \, k _{{\mathscr {l'}} y}^*) \sin{\theta}]r}d{\theta} \\ > > > > \frac{2\sin{(k _{{\mathscr l} z}  \, k _{{\mathscr {l'}} z}^*) l}{(k > > _{{\mathscr l} z}  \, k _{{\mathscr {l'}} z}^*)} > > > > > > \end{align} > > \end{equation} > > > > > > \end{document} > > > > > >  > > This SF.Net email sponsored by Black Hat Briefings & Training. > > Attend Black Hat Briefings & Training, Las Vegas July 2429  > > digital self defense, top technical experts, no vendor pitches, > > unmatched networking opportunities. Visit http://www.blackhat.com > > _______________________________________________ > > MiKTeXUsers mailing list > > MiKTeXUsers@... > > https://lists.sourceforge.net/lists/listinfo/miktexusers > > > >  > ................................................................. > > Prof.Dr. Cornelius C. Noack Phones: > Inst. f. Theor. Physik FB 1 office : +49 (421) 2182427 > Universit"at Bremen secretary: 2422 > OttoHahnAllee Fax : 4869 > D  28334 Bremen home : +49 (421) 34 22 36 > Fax: 346 7872 > Email: noack at physik.unibremen.de or ccnoack at mailaps.org > WWWpage: http://www.itp.unibremen.de/~noack > ................................................................. > > > lattanzi.tex  2K Download > 
From: Cornelius C. Noack <noack@ph...>  20040628 21:27:56

On Mon, 28 Jun 2004, Riccardo Lattanzi wrote: > Thanks a lot for your help, the outcome looks good now! > I have just another quick question. In the output file > the expression: > > e^{i [( k _{lx}  \, k _{{l'} x}^*) > > is displayed with the subscript letters not aligned (at different > levels). So the first > "k" has the subscript "lx" at a higher position than the subscript "l'x" > pf the second "k". > Is that solvable, or it has to do with the fact that the second "k" as > also the superscript "*" and Latex automatically moves down the > subscript? > The extra pair of brackets around the WHOLE construct that is to get an exponent is easy to do (cf. the attachment) and solves 80% of your problem  it is generally good LaTeX practice. You can still see a difference: this is due to the prime on the l; if you want to adjust that, you could do it by adding an invisible strut (\rule} after the first l; but that's real fudgy! If the manuscript is for professional publishing, better leave that to the printer! ccn.  ................................................................. Prof.Dr. Cornelius C. Noack Phones: Inst. f. Theor. Physik FB 1 office : +49 (421) 2182427 Universit"at Bremen secretary: 2422 OttoHahnAllee Fax : 4869 D  28334 Bremen home : +49 (421) 34 22 36 Fax: 346 7872 Email: noack at physik.unibremen.de or ccnoack at mailaps.org WWWpage: http://www.itp.unibremen.de/~noack ................................................................. 
From: Fangyin Zhang <fzhang@en...>  20040628 21:23:46

Hi, there, Could anyone be so kind to tell me how to control the space between the section title and the text? Occasionally (not always), I get a very large space between the title and the text. (I wrote the .cls file by myself. I am using Miktex 2.4). Thanks for any help! Fangyin 
From: Stephan Klumpp <klumpp@ph...>  20040628 20:51:23

Hi Luis A. Payan R, > > Eqnarray could work as good as align environmet, just it is necessary=20 > correct the space around equal symbol, try the next document: > Thank you! So it's quite easier updating my old files :). Stephan *__________________________________________________________________* *Dipl.Phys. Stephan Klumpp * *Fachbereich Physik * *Technische Universit=E4t Kaiserslautern * *ErwinSchr=F6dingerStra=DFe* *D67663 Kaiserslautern * =20 *Tel.: +49 (0631) 205 2325 * *Fax: +49 (0631) 205 2394 * =20 *mailto: klumpp@... <mailto:klumpp@...>* * * *Arbeitsgruppe Atomphysik und Angewandte Elektronenoptik:* * * *http://3beam.physik.unikl.de/* * *__________________________________________________________________* * 
From: Cornelius C. Noack <noack@ph...>  20040628 20:46:01

Hi Ricardo, since you say you are new to LaTeX, I must commend you on a certain amount of bravery, tackling an already pretty advanced task. You made about 4 different errors simultaneously. That is not so unusal for a first draft; but obviously you had trouble understanding the significance of the various error messages (in your case coming from 3 different programs: TeX, LaTeX and the amsmath package), and that is also quite common in the beginning. So here is the most important advice:  Comment out as much as possible (literally even everything  between the '\begin{document}' and the '\end{document}')  until you get the source running errorfree, and then work  your way up from there! I have taken your example and commented all your errors; cf. the attachment. I hope you understand everything now; if not, you should read both the LaTeX and the AmsMath documentation. The code I sent back should run errorfree; if it doesn't, there is an installation problem, get back to this list in that case. Here are a few more comments: (i) the command \mathscr is unkown to TeX, LaTeX and amsmath (and to me, by the way). I have replaced it by \textsc just to show you what's wrong, (ii) 'letterpaper' should be the default (unless you have a very special installation), so that is superfluous (but innocuous), (iii) the sitation is similar for the 'amsfonts' package: you need that only when you need rather special math fonts (usually not for regular physics texts), (iv) the most nontrivial error is the mix of generic LaTeX math constructions and those of amsmath. These are often pretty tricky to find. You should by all means at least browse through the amsmath users's guide, available, e.g., from ftp://ftp.ams.org/pub/tex/doc/amsmath/amsldoc.pdf I hope this is of some help to you. Regards, ccn.  On Mon, 28 Jun 2004, Riccardo Lattanzi wrote: > Hi, > > I'm new to Latex and I really want to learn it. > I'm trying to write a report containing some mathematical expression... > so far it doesn't compile and I can't understand why. > Can anybody help me with this? > I'm pasting the code lines below. > Thanks, > Riccardo > > \documentclass[letterpaper,12pt]{article} > \usepackage{amsfonts} > \usepackage{amsmath} > \author{Riccardo Lattanzi} > \title{Analytical expression for the noise covariance matrix for > different sample geometry} > \begin{document} > \maketitle > \tableofcontents > \section{General expression} > \begin{displaymath} > \Psi _{ \mathscr{ll}'}=\sigma \int_{V_S} \, \mathcal{E}_{\mathscr l > }(\mathbf r) \cdot > {\mathcal{E}_{\mathscr l'}}^*(\mathbf r) d^3 \mathbf r$ > \end{displaymath} > \begin{displaymath} > \mathcal{E} _{\mathscr l }(\mathbf r) = \sum _{\mathscr l } \, > \mathcal{E} _{\mathscr l }^{^{+,}} > e^{i {\mathbf k} _{\mathscr l } \cdot \, \mathbf r  \, i \omega t }$ > \end{displaymath} > > \section{Filled cylinder: length 2*l, radius a} > > \begin{equation} \label{eq:sgnl} > \begin{align} > > \Psi _{ \mathscr{ll}'}& =\sigma \mathcal{E}_{\mathscr l} \cdot > {\mathcal{E}_{\mathscr l'}}^* \int _{\mathscr l }^{\mathscr l } > e^{i ( k _{{\mathscr l} z}  \, k _{{\mathscr {l'}} z}^*) z}dz \, > \int _0 ^{r_c} rdr \, \int _0 ^{2 \pi} > e^{i [( k _{{\mathscr l} x}  \, k _{{\mathscr {l'}} x}^*) \cos{\theta} + > ( k _{{\mathscr l} y}  \, k _{{\mathscr {l'}} y}^*) \sin{\theta}]r}d{\theta} \\ > > \frac{2\sin{(k _{{\mathscr l} z}  \, k _{{\mathscr {l'}} z}^*) l}{(k > _{{\mathscr l} z}  \, k _{{\mathscr {l'}} z}^*)} > > > \end{align} > \end{equation} > > > \end{document} > > >  > This SF.Net email sponsored by Black Hat Briefings & Training. > Attend Black Hat Briefings & Training, Las Vegas July 2429  > digital self defense, top technical experts, no vendor pitches, > unmatched networking opportunities. Visit http://www.blackhat.com > _______________________________________________ > MiKTeXUsers mailing list > MiKTeXUsers@... > https://lists.sourceforge.net/lists/listinfo/miktexusers >  ................................................................. Prof.Dr. Cornelius C. Noack Phones: Inst. f. Theor. Physik FB 1 office : +49 (421) 2182427 Universit"at Bremen secretary: 2422 OttoHahnAllee Fax : 4869 D  28334 Bremen home : +49 (421) 34 22 36 Fax: 346 7872 Email: noack at physik.unibremen.de or ccnoack at mailaps.org WWWpage: http://www.itp.unibremen.de/~noack ................................................................. 
From: Luis A. Payan R. <listas@al...>  20040628 20:35:55

Hi all: > > Try running this document: > > \documentclass{article} > \begin{document} > \begin{equation} > a=b > \end{equation} > \begin{eqnarray} > a&=&b > \end{eqnarray} > \end{document} > > It beats me how this was ever thought of as an acceptabel solution in > LaTeX. Eqnarray could work as good as align environmet, just it is necessary correct the space around equal symbol, try the next document: \documentclass{article} \begin{document} \begin{equation} a=b \end{equation} {\setlength\arraycolsep{1pt}% 1 or 2 pt are acceptable \begin{eqnarray} a&=&b \end{eqnarray}} \end{document} Best regards  Luis Alfredo Payan Rodriguez ____________________________ listas@... http://www.alpanet.org 
From: Stephan Klumpp <klumpp@ph...>  20040628 20:19:51

Hi Morten H=F8gholm, > It beats me how this was ever thought of as an acceptabel solution in =20 > LaTeX. Thank you for your answer! You are right. Stephan *__________________________________________________________________* *Dipl.Phys. Stephan Klumpp * *Fachbereich Physik * *Technische Universit=E4t Kaiserslautern * *ErwinSchr=F6dingerStra=DFe* *D67663 Kaiserslautern * =20 *Tel.: +49 (0631) 205 2325 * *Fax: +49 (0631) 205 2394 * =20 *mailto: klumpp@... <mailto:klumpp@...>* * * *Arbeitsgruppe Atomphysik und Angewandte Elektronenoptik:* * * *http://3beam.physik.unikl.de/* * *__________________________________________________________________* * 