Thursday, January 12, 2006 Aditya Mahajan wrote:
The following does not work? Everything is fine if I replace the nath
module with amsl. Any suggestions on how to make this work.
\usemodule[nath]
\starttext
\startalign
a = \underbrace{b}_{c} \\
c = d
\stopalign
\stoptext
Sorry for

Giuseppe Bilotta wrote :
\appendtoks
\livesupsub@
\to\everymath
in t-nath.tex after the definition of livesupsub@ and
killsupsub@
Hmm... It seemed to work at first, but it just moved the problem. Now
it's (\sum) limits that are typeset like in inline style.
Maybe Hans has some

David Munger wrote:
Maybe Hans has some suggestion for a better solution: the
problem is that the mathcode is ignored for characters with
code 7 or 8 (sup- or subscript). So I'm currently changing the
catcode of ^ and _ when entering mathmode.
I hope he has!
wel, then make me a zip with
(1) the

Friday, December 3, 2004 David Munger wrote:
Hello Giuseppe,
I think I found a bug in the nath module. Try the following:
\usemodule[nath]
\starttext
\[ e^{f(x)} \]
\stoptext
And by the way, fractions in exponents are typeset too big:
\usemodule[nath]
\starttext
\[