[texhax] Appropriate way to add multiline (explanatory) text to
William F. Adams
wadams at atlis.com
Wed Jun 2 16:48:23 CEST 2004
On Wednesday, June 2, 2004, at 10:31 AM, Fernando Q. Gouvea wrote:
> Does the amsmath \intertext command do what you need?
No, what I need is a ``glob'' of text which hangs off of (say) the top
half of a displayed fraction and explains it.
Barbara then replied (privately?):
> this implies you're using latex. ???
Yeah, should've been specific, sorry.
> why not use a \parbox, or isn't that permitted in math?
Hmm, that does work in math. Okay, it's good except that it wants a
size up-front... guess I'll need to calculate that.
> i'm not aware of any packages for this.
Lessee how this goes, maybe I'll have something presently ;)
(who is re-creating a book as a sample here at work)
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