Hi Mikael,

as in my first answer use:

f''_xx or f''_{xx} if you need both xs'

I have tried it at it looks very similar to your LaTeX example.

Start another thread about the single prime as bug. Since this one is marked as 
and others more more knowledgeable might not be reading this.


Am 13.02.2014 um 14:40 schrieb Mikael P. Sundqvist <mic...@gmail.com>:

> On Wed, Feb 12, 2014 at 10:01 AM, Keith J. Schultz <schul...@uni-trier.de> 
> wrote:
> Hi Mikael,
> Basically, I see your problem with ConTeXts handling of math as a matter of 
> taste!
> That is you want LaTeX syntax. 
> It is easy enough to get the results you want.
> The only place where I see a bug is that a single prime is set larger than 
> multple
> primes. 
> regards
>       Keith
> Hi Keith,
> I do not agree with you. It is not so important to have the same syntax as in 
> LaTeX (exception: it would be nice to get double bars from \| since it does 
> not make sense to have \| yield a single bar since | does), but to be able to 
> write very common formulas (look at the example with double derivative with 
> respect to x in my examples above, and tell me how to do that correctly in 
> ConTeXt!) in an acceptable way.
> Best regards, Mikael

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