### Re: Is this a bug? \displaystyle

Right, But I expected \displaystyle to be larger than normal (as in PDF). Do you see difference between PDF and that what LyX displays? M. 2008/7/13 Paul A. Rubin [EMAIL PROTECTED]: Manveru wrote: Hi All, I am currently working on the translation for LyX and I am continuously checking

### Re: Is this a bug? \displaystyle

On 14.07.08, Manveru wrote: Right, But I expected \displaystyle to be larger than normal (as in PDF). Do you see difference between PDF and that what LyX displays? \displaystyle is not larger 'per-se', it uses the style of a display formula (in contrast to inline formulae). This means that

### Re: Is this a bug? \displaystyle

I understand now. I was surprised that result I got in PDF is different than LyX shows. That's all. If you're both saying it is fine, it is fine :-) 2008/7/14 G. Milde [EMAIL PROTECTED]: On 14.07.08, Manveru wrote: Right, But I expected \displaystyle to be larger than normal (as in PDF).

### Re: Is this a bug? \displaystyle

Right, But I expected \displaystyle to be larger than normal (as in PDF). Do you see difference between PDF and that what LyX displays? M. 2008/7/13 Paul A. Rubin [EMAIL PROTECTED]: Manveru wrote: Hi All, I am currently working on the translation for LyX and I am continuously checking

### Re: Is this a bug? \displaystyle

On 14.07.08, Manveru wrote: Right, But I expected \displaystyle to be larger than normal (as in PDF). Do you see difference between PDF and that what LyX displays? \displaystyle is not larger 'per-se', it uses the style of a display formula (in contrast to inline formulae). This means that

### Re: Is this a bug? \displaystyle

I understand now. I was surprised that result I got in PDF is different than LyX shows. That's all. If you're both saying it is fine, it is fine :-) 2008/7/14 G. Milde [EMAIL PROTECTED]: On 14.07.08, Manveru wrote: Right, But I expected \displaystyle to be larger than normal (as in PDF).

### Re: Is this a bug? \displaystyle

Right, But I expected \displaystyle to be larger than normal (as in PDF). Do you see difference between PDF and that what LyX displays? M. 2008/7/13 Paul A. Rubin <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>: > Manveru wrote: > >> Hi All, >> >> I am currently working on the translation for LyX and I am continuously >>

### Re: Is this a bug? \displaystyle

On 14.07.08, Manveru wrote: > Right, > But I expected \displaystyle to be larger than normal (as in PDF). Do you > see difference between PDF and that what LyX displays? \displaystyle is not larger 'per-se', it uses the style of a "display" formula (in contrast to inline formulae). This means

### Re: Is this a bug? \displaystyle

I understand now. I was surprised that result I got in PDF is different than LyX shows. That's all. If you're both saying it is fine, it is fine :-) 2008/7/14 G. Milde <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>: > On 14.07.08, Manveru wrote: > > Right, > > > But I expected \displaystyle to be larger than normal (as in

### Re: Is this a bug? \displaystyle

Manveru wrote: Hi All, I am currently working on the translation for LyX and I am continuously checking the context of what I write. I found something strange in my LyX 1.5.4 on Windows. The \displaystyle command in the math mode, does not display text 'emphasized' as I expected (PDF output

### Re: Is this a bug? \displaystyle

Manveru wrote: Hi All, I am currently working on the translation for LyX and I am continuously checking the context of what I write. I found something strange in my LyX 1.5.4 on Windows. The \displaystyle command in the math mode, does not display text 'emphasized' as I expected (PDF output

### Re: Is this a bug? \displaystyle

Manveru wrote: Hi All, I am currently working on the translation for LyX and I am continuously checking the context of what I write. I found something strange in my LyX 1.5.4 on Windows. The \displaystyle command in the math mode, does not display text 'emphasized' as I expected (PDF output