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Latex commands are rendered slightly below the line

  1. davidritter777
    Member

    When using latex, my equations are rendered slightly
    below the line. Does anyone know how to correct this
    problem?

    Here is an example:

    Now is the time for all good men $latex y^2$ to come to...

    The equation ends up slightly below the preceding and following text.
    How do I correct this?

    The blog I need help with is milespantloadmathis.wordpress.com.

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  3. Hi there - could you please confirm that this screenshot shows an example of what you mean, where the baseline of the formula is a little below that of the rest of the text? Thanks.

    http://cl.ly/image/0Q2Y1x0B0x0J

  4. davidritter777
    Member

    Yes. That screenshot shows exactly the problem I am trying to fix. Latex rendered equations are slightly below the baseline. Is there
    a simple way to adjust this?

  5. I've brought this issue to our developers so they can look at adjusting this in a future update. Thank you for bringing it to our attention - I'll keep you posted here.

  6. davidritter777
    Member

    I appreciate your time and effort. Many thanks!

  7. My latex post looks great at my site my website (rappsite)

    but the latex code shows up when the post is previewed on reader. Can someone help?

    Maxwell's Equations....

    $latex \nabla\times{\bf E}........ 98 more words

    5 days, 3 hours ago on rappsite ★Like Reblog

  8. rapp2013 - thanks for the report, I'll bring it to our developers' attention.

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