Henri Menke <mailto:henrime...@gmail.com>
10. Oktober 2016 um 11:44
On 10/10/2016 11:24 AM, Wolfgang Schuster wrote:
30. September 2016 um 23:01
I noticed that when using grid=both then the height of a mathmatrix is rounded
down for no apparent reason whereas the depth is rounded up correctly. Visually
it appears to me that the height should be rounded up here. In the MWE I added
a \vrule to show that the determined height of the line definitely does not
coincide with what one would expect.
How can I fix that? MWE is below.
\vrule % make lineheight and depth visible
\NC A \NR
\NC B \NR
\NC C \NR
The default spacing modell (3) before and after formulas breaks grid alignment
because when you use another alternative (1 or 2) the alignment is correct.
I appreciate your efforts but this does not change anything in my original
example. For reference, I include my updated example
You can add a grid setting for the formula itself, e.g.
but you should add a blank line before \startformula, otherwise the
setting for formula is applied to the last paragraph before it.
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