Henrik Holm wrote on 18 Mar 2002 10:14:29 +0100: > > \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}

*sigh* I have to admit the colormath code is among the most fragile parts of TeXPower. It tries to be as minimal invasive as possible, but in fact it seems impossible to do this kind of thing without meddling with a lot of internals, of LaTeX and of other package intruding into the same areas. Of course, among other problems, this leads to the unfortunate situation where any change in any external package can break the whole thing down. In this case, it seems the handling of the equation environment by amsmath has changed in version 2.x. Before, it was redefined to be a variant of gather, so it was handeled by the \everymath hack. Now, it is treated as a normal displayed math environment. I've made a micro-update of texpower 0.08f which now checks for amsmath 2.x. This is also updated in the development version of texpower 0.0.9b at http://lrb.cs.uni-dortmund.de/~lehmke/TeXPower/preview/texpower.sty regards Stephan -- Stephan Lehmke [EMAIL PROTECTED] Fachbereich Informatik, LS I Tel. +49 231 755 6434 Universitaet Dortmund FAX 6555 D-44221 Dortmund, Germany