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codelover2k
@codelover2k
after using Display style —> On, what do I ahve to do next to write x -> 2 below lim?
Jeroen
@woutersj:librem.one
[m]
If you press Display style -> On while nothing is selected, a tag will be created in which you can insert the lim. Otherwise, you can create a lim first, then select it and enable Display style.
codelover2k
@codelover2k
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not sure how to do that, even if Display style is On
Jeroen
@woutersj:librem.one
[m]
If you do a subscript now (pressing "_"), the cursor should move under the lim
codelover2k
@codelover2k
thanks Jeroen!
Jeroen
@woutersj:librem.one
[m]
No problem, happy to help!
codelover2k
@codelover2k
so Display style = ON means, if you use _, put the content below?
Jeroen
@woutersj:librem.one
[m]
Not necessarily, display formatting is a formatting style that is normally used in "display equations" (those that appear on a separate line, not as part of the text). It uses more vertical space for various things, e.g. also fractions and matrices are formatted differently. Using display style for inline equations, i.e. as part of text, can sometimes make things more readable, but it also means that lines are more spaced out vertically, so it messes up the style somewhat.
codelover2k
@codelover2k
🤔
Miguel de Benito
@mdbenito
@codelover2k With inline math you can also select the lim text and do "Insert->Script->Script below" (Alt+B for me). This will always display as you want, regardless of display mode or not
codelover2k
@codelover2k
thanks Miguel, thats very intuitive :)
Miguel de Benito
@mdbenito
:thumbsup:
codelover2k
@codelover2k
is it possible to copy paste TexMacs math as raw latex?
Miguel de Benito
@mdbenito
Yes. Go to edit->copy to->latex
Miguel de Benito
@mdbenito
If you have copied latex code from some latex document, you can paste and convert it into a texmacs document with edit->paste from->latex
codelover2k
@codelover2k
thanks brother!
hmm… I do not know what I hit, but all my text in latex looks like a macro
how can I change this view, so I see the rendered view again?
codelover2k
@codelover2k
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is there a way to "push“ the lim a bit above, so its inline with the fraction?
Jeroen
@woutersj:librem.one
[m]
You could try "Format -> Adjust -> Move"
codelover2k
@codelover2k
not working :(
Jeroen
@woutersj:librem.one
[m]
Did you enter a Y-offset (e.g. "2pt") after invoking Format -> Adjust-> Move? Did you select the lim and subscript before doing Move?
codelover2k
@codelover2k
yep, works now
thanks Jeroen
too bad that you can’t align it automatically
codelover2k
@codelover2k
is it poaaible to add a box in texmacs, to have code highlited like on github and also to support any language? something like this:
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Jeroen
@woutersj:librem.one
[m]
There's "Insert -> Program -> Block of code". Currently supported "languages" areC++, Fortran, Java, Mathemagix, Python, R, Scala, Scheme, Shell, and Scilab.
Fan Jiang
@ProfFan
Hi all, is there a way to get better HiDPI rendering in Linux?
I tried all the stuff that I can find and no avail
Fan Jiang
@ProfFan
Ah I found out how to do it
The option is only available on macOS, but you can enable manually by editing the config file
("retina-factor" "on")
in <home>/.TeXmacs/system/preferences.scm
Don't use any of the two "retina settings" in menu
They just zoom and makes everything blurry
Ingolf Schaefer
@theingolf_twitter
Which Desktop Environment are you using? There is an open bug with regard to KDE and HiDPI rendering
Fan Jiang
@ProfFan
KDE
@theingolf_twitter
With the above tweak the document itself is not blurry, but the figures are still in a very low resolution.
2 replies
Ingolf Schaefer
@theingolf_twitter
Ingolf Schaefer
@theingolf_twitter
Starting with QT_SCREEN_SCALE_FACTORS=1 texmacs from Konsole fixes all blurriness for me, but results in smaller on screen icons
Fan Jiang
@ProfFan
I think that will make the blurriness go away but that basically means TeXmacs will be running in 1x (non-hidpi) mode
Anyway if anyone under Arch Linux has the same issue: the official build on texmacs.org (binary) does not have blurriness issue.
I think it's related to Qt5, but not sure (I am pretty new here :))
Ingolf Schaefer
@theingolf_twitter
Yes, thanks for the post on the forum. That is the way better workaround than mine :-)
Fan Jiang
@ProfFan
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