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Re: spaces in notebook


David Wright wrote in message <719fpu$ldj at smc.vnet.net>...
>
>Even when using a monospaced font for input in the mathematica notebook
>interface, the width of a space (" ") is not equal to the width of the
>other characters.  This is apparently not a problem of the font, as the
>width of a space is properly the same as that of other characters when
>the font is used in other applications.  This behaviour is most
>annoying and makes for reduced legibility; is there any way to fix it?
>
>I am using the notebook interface of Mathematica 3.0 for Macintosh.
>

David:

Choosing  Cell | Default Input Format Type | InputForm

makes spaces the same width as other characters; but using Cell |
Convert To will remove "superfluous" spaces; and conversion to
InputForm will replace some spaces with *.

Allan

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