[texhax] Changing spacing between some lines in multline etc

Lars Madsen daleif at imf.au.dk
Wed Nov 14 13:13:16 CET 2007

Victor Ivrii :

> 1) Sometimes I am not happy with some vertical spacing between two
> particular lines in "equations" containing more than two lines (for
> two lines {spreadlines} of mathtools takes care but if there are more
> than two lines it affects all spacing). Is there any regular method
> (except increasing spacing by including phantoms)?


> 2) Sometimes I want to use a kind of multline but with all equations
> except the first one flashed right. I cannot invent anything except
> some ugly games with {align}. Is there a better solution?


> 3) sometimes I want to use \sum\int   as a single big operator, so the
> subscript would be strictly below their middle. Is there a way?

Wouldn't that confuse the reader? I know it can be done, but currently I 
do not remember the details

> Thank you in advance
>              Victor
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> Victor Ivrii, Professor, Department of Mathematics, University of Toronto
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