
#271
Jun2604, 07:55 PM

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We have color?
[tex] \textcolor{red}{Test} \begin{picture}(200,200)(0,0) \put(50,50){\textcolor{green}{\line(1,1){50}}} \end{picture} [/tex] 



#272
Jun2904, 05:54 AM

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[tex]
\begin{picture}(130,90) \put(0,5){\epsfxsize=12cm \epsfbox{11.eps}} \put(0,90){$\tau_{B_c} $, ps} \put(123,7){$\mu$, GeV} \end{picture} [/tex] 



#273
Jul104, 02:40 PM

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This is a test.
This is not Latex. Just trying to see how to do greek letters and subscripts in regular html. α<sub>i</sub> Let's see how it looks. Well, it didn't work. I have seen other people typing formulas without latex and I wonder how they do it. What shows as "a" above I typed concatenating "&" "alpha" ";" Does anybody know how to do this? I know how to do it in latex, I just want to know how to do it without latex. I'll appreciate your help. 



#274
Jul204, 09:58 AM

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Like this?
abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz [FONT = Symbol] abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz [ /FONT ] delete the spaces in the tags. Symbol does not appear in the Fontmenu. 



#275
Jul204, 10:27 AM

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Bear in mind that not everybody has the Symbol font, and even if you do, it doesn't work everywhere because of certain issues.




#276
Jul204, 10:42 AM

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Robphy:
I think that way of doing it would be adequate for typing a string of greek characters. I am not so sure it is for typing individual characters interspersed with regular letters as in physics equations. I used to know how to do this and I forgot. But the way I did it was not the way you suggest. I also need to do subscripts an superscripts. I was looking at the Font dropdown box and I don't see the font "symbol". Maybe this is what TALewis is talking about. I do have the symbol font when I am using MS Word, but not here. So I guess these fonts are not handled by the operating system. Whatever the solution, I would like of course for everybody to be able to see those greek letters correctly. 



#277
Jul204, 10:59 AM

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Math typesetting on the WWW has been one of the most frustrating things I have come across. Honestly, embedded images generated by LaTeX have been the best solution until something like MathML really gets into gear.




#278
Jul204, 12:44 PM

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Thank you guys,
As answers to my question on this thread were slow to come at first and I figured that it might not be the best place to post a question about nonlatex on a latex thread, I initiated a separate thread. I got more answers there and I think with those instructions I can do what I want. TALewis was very helpful on that thread. Let's see if I can post a link to that thread: Typing equations without latex 



#279
Jul204, 06:07 PM

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chroot




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Jul1004, 06:12 PM

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#281
Jul1704, 02:50 PM

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[tex] \frac{3^{2/3}}{3x^{1/3}*((3x)^{2/3}+2)^{1/2}} [/tex]




#282
Jul1704, 02:54 PM

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[tex] 2\pi\int_{2}^{4} (3x^{2/3} +2)^{1/2}*(1 + (\frac{3^{2/3}}{3x^{1/3}*((3x)^{2/3}+2)^{1/2}})^2)^{1/2} dx [/tex]




#283
Jul1804, 07:35 PM

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How do you write the sign for a line integral around a closed curve?




#285
Jul2004, 01:24 AM

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How do you get multiple lines?
I have been trying for hours. I can only could get multiple lines that were indented to random amount by using "\begin{multline} .....\end{multline}". just using "//" does not seem to work. 



#286
Jul2004, 01:45 AM

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gerben,
There are several ways. Examples of all these ways are provided on the first page of this thread. Click the images below to see their source code: [tex] \begin{multline*} a+b+c+d\\ +e+f+g+h \end{multline*} [/tex] [tex] \begin{equation*} \begin{split} a+b+c+d\\ +e+f+g+h \end{split} \end{equation*} [/tex] [tex] \begin{equation*} \begin{split} &a+b+c+d\\ &+e+f+g+h \end{split} \end{equation*} [/tex] [tex] \begin{equation*} \begin{split} a+b&+c+d\\ +e+f+g&+h \end{split} \end{equation*} [/tex] 



#287
Jul2004, 02:06 AM

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Unfortunately, that gives aexactly the same results as using multline (I did indeed mistakenly type "//" in stead of "\\" in my previous post. I do use "//").
[tex] \begin{gather*} G:\ \ gravitational\ constant\ (6.672\ 10^{11}\ Nm^{2}kg^{2}) \\ line 2 \end{gather*} [/tex] 



#288
Jul2004, 02:13 AM

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Use:
[tex] \begin{multline*} \begin{split} &G:\ \ gravitational\ constant\ (6.672\ 10^{11}\ Nm^{2}kg^{2}) \\ &line 2 \end{split} \end{multline*} [/tex] as I already said. Why on earth are you going to this much trouble just to post text anyway? Why use LaTeX formatting for mostly textual data?  Warren 


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