Formular generated on a Unix system
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>
Formular generated on a Unix system
Formular generated on a Windows system
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
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.
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