[Sorry for probably breaking the threading -- long story with not using the mailing-list administrative interface correctly at first.] Aditya writes: > No time for a detailed answer, but what you need is the following: > ... Thank you -- that should work. I won't have many of these equation
On Thu, 16 Nov 2017, Sanjoy Mahajan wrote: However, the \hpos hides its argument in an \hbox, and thus hides it from the math layout. Thus, I have to do something like this minimal example: \starttext \startformula \sum_0^1 % what it should look like \quad
Wow. I learnt about Maxwell's Equation 48 years ago. I never understood it then nor on the intervening time despite sometimes helping design antennas. The picture and its annotation definitely helps creating clarity. For my twopenneth the effort is very worthwhile. Thanks --- Nigel King Mob:
Dear ConTeXters, For my sins, and to make students unhappy all over the world, I am writing another book: _A Student's Guide to Newton's Laws of Motion_ (for Cambridge University Press, aka CUP). As partial compensation, I convinced CUP that I may typeset it in ConTeXt and deliver them PDF.