2827Re: [XSL-FO] Re: subscript and superscript both
- Jan 31, 2003Seems like MathML may solve your problem in a clean way because it allows
you to define more complex mathematical formula's. And AntennaHouse does
support MathML embedded in XSL-FO as far as I understand, altough I didn't
use it yet.
Otherwise you could try to create a table and use cell spanning to arrange
the characters properly.
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<narinder_g@ya To: XSL-FO@yahoogroups.com
<narinder_g Subject: [XSL-FO] Re: subscript and superscript both
The examples do not look the way in the message window as I typed.
The multiple spaces have collapsed.
Anyway, is there anything horizontal shift like baseline shift to
move the text in horizontal direction.
--- In XSL-FO@yahoogroups.com, "narinder_g <narinder_g@y...>"
> I am using XSL formatter 2.3 version. I have some inline equations
> where you have to put subscript as well as a superscript.
> If i put the subscript first then the superscript is shifted a
> on the left, or vice versa.Yahoo! Groups Sponsor
> I would like to have the subscript and the superscript both
> close to the main text character.
> like a
> what i am getting is a a
> A or A
> b b
> Is ther any work around?
> Thanks and Regards
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