[OS X TeX] LaTeXiT 1.3.1 released
jackson at msrce.howard.edu
Fri Jul 22 08:34:33 EDT 2005
On Jul 22, 2005, at 8:18 AM, Pierre Chatelier wrote:
>> I was just thinking. If I had equations in my library rendered in
>> similar fonts i.e. times and times new roman, and the preambles are
>> the same length, how would I know which equation used which
>> font/preamble? Would it be possible to somehow see the preamble that
>> was used to generate a given library equation?
> I don't understand very well. What does "and the preambles are the
> same length" means ?
Kind of irrelevant now. I was keeping track of the preamble by the
number of lines.
> If you want to see the preamble, just select the library item, and
> display the preamble by dragging the handle down...
Never knew that that part of the window existed. I guess it is time I
read the help before I make any comments...
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