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Poor rendering of math equations in writer

 
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Gehrt
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PostPosted: Sun Jan 10, 2010 10:27 am    Post subject: Poor rendering of math equations in writer Reply with quote

Hi to all!

I searched and din't find something about my problem. I am using latest stable release 3.1.
I am teacher and make my math working sheets with writer. Formulas in general are rendered well. But If i want to use a math-object containing a single char e.g. f, then it is cut right and at the bottom, because the box containing the forumla is not calculated well. If the forumla contains S_f then again it is cut off right and bottom. Also spacing between chars ist (especially in this case) not good. To much.
it seams as if math uses very simple rendering algorithms.

Is there a general solution? Just changing borders for every forumla makes math in writer completely crap. Or do i have to switch back to word to get good math output?

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Gehrt
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PostPosted: Sun Mar 07, 2010 4:14 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hi.

I don't recognise the problems you describe here. Try post a picture of the rendered formula.
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