[Ross Moore] > [Henrik Holm] > > > In many cases, the math coloring works nicely. However, with > > one of my most common ways of displaying equations, it does > > not work! I have included an example -- it isn't strictly > > «minimal», but it shows several types of math, some of which > > get colored, some don't. I haven't been able to find a > > pattern of which equations do and which don't. > > Load the packages in a different order! > > > \documentclass{article} > > > \usepackage{amsmath} %% make sure this comes *before* TeXpower... > \usepackage[colormath]{texpower} > %% \usepackage{amsmath} %% .... not after it!

Sadly, this doesn't do the trick -- as the (now minimal) example reveals. But the example is also capable of showing that it is amsmath's «fault». But thanks, I apparently need to be reminded that it is wise to load texpower very, very late. Henrik \documentclass{article} \usepackage{amsmath} \usepackage[colormath]{texpower} \begin{document} Here is some displayed math \[ e^{-j\pi}+1=0 \] and an equation \begin{equation} x = y + z \end{equation} The equation doesn't get colored when amsmath is loaded (even if it is loaded before texpower). \end{document}