### Re: [NTG-context] Math typesetting problems

Indeed it seems like the alignment is good with \dfrac, but this does not solve my problem, since I wish to also use fractions with script-size or scriptscript-size (\xfrac, \xxfrac). The specific formula I have is \startformula f_{B_t | B_s = S, B_u = U}(x) = \frac{e^{-\frac{(u-s)x^2 - 2x(S(u-t

### Re: [NTG-context] Math typesetting problems

Le 28 janv. 13 à 10:11, Janne Junnila a écrit : Indeed it seems like the alignment is good with \dfrac, but this does not solve my problem, since I wish to also use fractions with script-size or scriptscript-size (\xfrac, \xxfrac). The specific formula I have is \startformula f_{B_t | B_s = S

### Re: [NTG-context] Math typesetting problems

On Mon, 28 Jan 2013, Roland Thiers wrote: Le 28 janv. 13 à 10:11, Janne Junnila a écrit : Indeed it seems like the alignment is good with \dfrac, but this does not solve my problem, since I wish to also use fractions with script-size or scriptscript-size (\xfrac, \xxfrac). The specific

### Re: [NTG-context] Math typesetting problems

with script-size or scriptscript-size (\xfrac, \xxfrac). The specific formula I have is \startformula f_{B_t | B_s = S, B_u = U}(x) = \frac{e^{-\frac{(u-s)x^2 - 2x(S(u-t) + U(t-s)) + \frac{(S(u-t) + U(t-s))^2}{(u-s)}}{2(t-s)(u-t)}}}{\sqrt{2\pi\frac{(t-s)(u-t)}{u-s}}} \stopformula Thanks, Janne

### Re: [NTG-context] Math typesetting problems

with \dfrac, but this does not solve my problem, since I wish to also use fractions with script-size or scriptscript-size (\xfrac, \xxfrac). The specific formula I have is \startformula f_{B_t | B_s = S, B_u = U}(x) = \frac{e^{-\frac{(u-s)x^2 - 2x(S(u-t) + U(t-s)) + \frac{(S(u-t) + U(t-s

### Re: [NTG-context] The \frac macro.

, if you plan to use such fractions in serious work, do read the introduction of xfrac (ftp://tug.ctan.org/pub/tex-archive/macros/latex/exptl/xfrac/doc/xfrac.pdf) I think that the vigrule vs solidus argument also applies to ConTeXt's definition. Aditya

### Re: [NTG-context] how to do something like ^1/_2 with frac?

{a}{b} (a+b)\$ The a and b of the fraction is in text mode rather than math mode. On the LaTeX end, there are two packages that provide such a feature: nicefrac and xfrac. Nicefrac ensures that the height of the fraction is not greater than `M'. It is somewhat cleaver, and works correctly