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Re: MathML arrow fonts
- To: Hans Aberg <email@example.com>
- Subject: Re: MathML arrow fonts
- From: Taco Hoekwater <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Wed, 18 Nov 1998 09:39:14 +0100 (W. Europe Standard Time)
- Cc: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org (Paul Vojta)
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>>>>> "HA" == Hans Aberg <email@example.com> writes:
HA> At 12:20 -0800 1998/11/17, Paul Vojta wrote:
>> Also, I often use a symbol which I build up as \overset\sim\to\to
>> (as in ``The isomorphism $f\:X \overset\sim\to\to Y$ \dots''). I
>> would like to see such a symbol included as well. (And a
>> left-pointing version of the same.)
HA> In AMS-LaTeX this is $\overset\sim\to$, an arrow --> with a \sim
HA> used as label.
Have a look at chars 105/107. Are these the ones intended?
they are labeled "simrightarrow" and "simleftarrow".
HA> I prefer the variation where the \sim is replaced by a \cong, but
HA> the semantics is the same (isomorphism).
HA> But I also think one should have such isomorphism arrows, both
HA> right and left pointing, in at least one of the possible
HA> variations. There is also the variation with the \cong or \sim
HA> replaced by an equality, used to indicate that the arrow is the
Hans, is this char 109? And if it is, I guess we need a left version
as well (meaning it has a fixed semantic)?