# Suggestion Improvement of latex images

1. Nov 3, 2008

### TriKri

Hi!

Is there possible to improve the quality of the images generated by latex code? It should be good if anti aliasing could be turned on, which would produce smooth and fine images. Now, the text looks a little bit awkward in my opinion, since it it all edged, and the small text is hard to read.

2. Nov 3, 2008

### Greg Bernhardt

We're are working on it. Chroot is very busy at the moment.

3. Nov 3, 2008

### TriKri

Ok, nice!

4. Nov 15, 2008

### Fredrik

Staff Emeritus
I came here to post the same thing. I don't know what anti aliasing is, but I know it's not looking great right now:

$$\begin{pmatrix}1 & 0 & 0\\ 0 & \frac{u_x}{u} & \frac{u_y}{u}\\ 0 & -\frac{u_y}{u} & \frac{u_x}{u} \end{pmatrix}$$

It's like the pixel size is much bigger than in the regular text. And I think the text is a bit too small.

Does this look like an arrow and a "prime"? $\vec p'$ Why does this T get cut off? $\begin{pmatrix}a & b\end{pmatrix}^T$.

5. Nov 15, 2008

### Kurdt

Staff Emeritus
As has been mentioned previously, Chroot is looking into the matter. The forum recently had a software upgrade and server move so the admins are still sorting the flak from those two things out.

6. Oct 9, 2009

Bump?

7. Oct 9, 2009

### Redbelly98

Staff Emeritus
Actually, a lot of work and experimenting with PF's LaTex was done earlier in the year by chroot. There was an extensive discussion of it, if I can find the thread I'll post a link to it.