On Fri, 4 Jun 2010, "Stefan Müller" wrote:


if I'm typesetting for example $(a,x,\dots,b)$ I see that the space before the 
x is too small. It should be bigger than the space after the x. I could work 
around it by typing $a,\,x,\dots,\,b$ but this is somewhat inconvenient and 
even a bit too much spacing...

On the other hand, the spacing before \dots is just right, but the spacing after \dots is 
too small: the spaces between commas and periods ",...," should all be the same.

Is this a bug? Can this be changed by a global option or something? Thanks for 
any help in advance.


\setupmathematics[autopunctuation=no] % or yes

give better result? (Are you using MKIV or MKII)?

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