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2:47 AM
@DavidCarlisle I thought I must be missing something the OP saw in it.
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8:17 AM
@barbarabeeton They even locked the meta post with the discussion so that users can't comment on it meta.stackexchange.com/questions/395062/… Seems they really don't want any feedback from users.
8:48 AM
It’s been a long time coming but I am in the process of publishing a legitimate scientific paper that uses both sans serif and serif normal weight Greek letters. (Just a few of them, but it’s enough!)
@WillRobertson <Unicode consortium> Oh no!
10:28 AM
@mickep Can you work out who is running this? I can't find any 'about' stuff at all
@JosephWright I have no clue. Maybe one can ask in the reddit thread.
@mickep I've asked :)
@JosephWright Ducks are curious...
11:17 AM
Hello I have a bug when working in MSE for some weeks. When I edit my answers for the second time, the online displayer does not work on any devices. I don't have this problem in meta or CV, or when I type my answer for the first time in MSE. Should I post it as a bug or need to contact IT section to help?
@Amir Er, not sure how that relates to us :)
11:33 AM
@Amir If this problem only happens on one site, maybe ask on the local meta site?
@JosephWright Just need some guidance on how to follow this to fix the problem
@samcarter Should I post it as a meta post?
@Amir yes, but on the local meta of the site where you observe the problem.
@samcarter Er, but the issue is on MSE ...
@JosephWright from the profile, I'd guess MSE isn't main meta but math
Yes I have the problem only on MSE when editing for the second time (not even on meta of MSE)
11:41 AM
@Amir Post to the relevant meta site
Thanks for your help!
Upload of l3kernel today
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2:08 PM
@DavidCarlisle I did not want to imply any statement about your age and I think I have not done so.
I was just surprised it took so long to compile. When I started with LaTeX, it was always fast for me.
@DavidCarlisle If have done this, I would like to apologize sincerely.
2:32 PM
@Gudrun oh no need to apologise:-) I don't think you said anything wrong at all:-)
After all,15min/page is nice. More tea. More sitting out in the garden...
@mickep that's why luatex got built?
@DavidCarlisle Before my time. We'll have to ask...
@mickep I know Hans really likes "why is pdftex faster than luatex" questions.
2:49 PM
@DavidCarlisle It usually depends a bit on how they are used as well... But pdftex is fast.
3:04 PM
@mickep math italic correction question on site:-) I'm sure you can post a "context does this better" answer....
@mickep or at least with the nice outline boxes showing the font metrics in action
3:20 PM
@JosephWright I guess you could just pass the figures to steinmetz using a key that is enabled only if the package has been loaded. Alternatively, reimplement the thing, which is possibly doable with l3draw than with picture mode.
4:08 PM
@egreg Yes, just wondered first if the entire idea is a reasonable one: taking your answer as a yes
Can anyone help me with this? I'm getting some errors.
Package hyperref Warning: Token not allowed in a PDF string (Unicode): removing `math shift' on input line 3.

Package hyperref Warning: Token not allowed in a PDF string (Unicode): removing `superscript' on input line 3.

Package hyperref Warning: Token not allowed in a PDF string (Unicode): removing `\infty' on input line 3.

Package hyperref Warning: Token not allowed in a PDF string (Unicode): removing `math shift' on input line 165.

Package hyperref Warning: Token not allowed in a PDF string (Unicode): removing `superscript' on i
@PNDas math shift means $ you have some math in a section heading (most likely) in order to makepdf "outline" bookmark hyperref has to make a plain text version, sometimes it needs help to do that
@PNDas hyperref manual section 6.1 you could use \section{\texorpdfstring{$ complicated math$}{simple text string}...}
4:29 PM
Thank you.
Could you please help me with this?
For some reason there is too much space between paragraph-lemma, lemma-theorem and theorem-proof.
It's only happening in this page.
@JosephWright It's a representation of complex numbers common in certain fields.
@egreg Was my reading too - just wanted to be sure really
4:48 PM
@PNDas you'd need to ask a real question with a small complete test document as a question on the site, but I would guess you have \flushbottom and a large unbreakable box at the top of the next page
A: Why does latex stretch small sections across the whole page vertically?

Leo LiuLaTeX uses \flushbottom for two-sided documents (book by default). Odd pages and even pages are forced to be aligned. In one-sided documents (article, report by default) LaTeX uses \raggedbottom, extra spaces will gone. cf. classes document. You can use \raggedbottom if you meet too many bad pag...

@DavidCarlisle Thank you for the clarification!
5:03 PM
@DavidCarlisle Thanks, you're correct. I have a big equation in the next page. I'll break that equation.
5:19 PM
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6:34 PM
@DavidCarlisle Well, I do not want to judge (but I did not find the question anyways...)
@DavidCarlisle Ah, the libertinus math question. I'm not sure it is because of ic, is it?
@mickep er perhaps not, I may adjust...
@DavidCarlisle Oh, no, I upvoted your answer, but it might be different in type1 and otf, I'll look a bit as well.
@mickep I think it is ic, the width of $\displaystyle\int_{}$ is the character width, the width of $\displaystyle\int$ is character width + italic correction (with tfm fonts and pdftex)
6:49 PM
@DavidCarlisle I agree with you.
(But I get a much more upright integral in the opentype version)
@mickep the package has an upint option for upright integrals (is that a font feature in the original otf, I didn't check)
7:52 PM
@DavidCarlisle Hm, I don't know if we did something to have the upright by default. I do not remember that.

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