[texhax] Centring \ddot above \widehat.
Rolf Turner
r.turner at auckland.ac.nz
Fri Mar 9 23:19:38 CET 2018
Putting a "double dot" above a wide hat seems to centre the dots over
the underlying symbol, and thus puts them somewhat to the left of the
peak of the wide hat --- which looks wrong to me.
A Google search turned up only information about a single dot and hat;
the posting
> https://tex.stackexchange.com/questions/317603/how-to-put-a-dot-accent-above-a-hat-accent-in-math-mode
indicated that using amsmath would get things right --- and indeed it
does in this instance. However using amsmath seems to have no impact
upon the "double wide" case. Is there any remedy?
I have attached the LaTeX source and the pdf output of a minimal
reproducible example.
Thanks for any advice.
cheers,
Rolf Turner
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University of Auckland
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