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Paul
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Re: Odd layout of SANS SERIF latex formulas
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Feb 11, 2013 2:38 PM


On Feb 10, 12:29 am, "matt dash" <n...@mail.com> wrote: >On Feb 7, 1:26pm, Paul <paul.domas...@gmail.com> wrote: >> I have the following ylabel for my graph: >> >> yLab = [ '$$ \mathsf{' ... >> '\frac{ \tilde{Q}_T }{ Q_T } = ' ... >> '\frac{ \sqrt{Q_S} }{ Q_T } ' ... >> '} $$' ]; >> ylabel( yLab, 'Interpreter', 'latex' ); >> >> The tilde is suppose to be above the Q, but it's pushed right into >> the Q. >> >> What might cause this? Can anyone suggest a workaround? ... I am >> seeking a workaround without abandoning sans serif font. > > It works fine for me on 2010a... maybe it's version or hardware > dependent...
I'm using 2012a. It would be odd that a more advanced version misbehaves in this way (though admittedly, not unimaginable).



