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Re: Formatting GridBox with ColumnAlignments

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  • Subject: [mg62876] Re: [mg62715] Formatting GridBox with ColumnAlignments
  • From: Trevor Bača <trevorbaca at gmail.com>
  • Date: Tue, 6 Dec 2005 23:12:12 -0500 (EST)
  • References: <200512021053.FAA17714@smc.vnet.net> <76e8f8180512061357q3be5fbcbp58f758209c4a5121@mail.gmail.com>
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On 12/6/05, bsyehuda at gmail.com <bsyehuda at gmail.com> wrote:
> r3 = DisplayForm[GridBox[{{r1}, {r2}}, ColumnAlignments -> Center]]
>  will do the trick

???

Try evaluating r3 with Using ColumnAlignments -> Center and we find

* nothing above the 1 in r2;
* the 1 in r1 above the 2 in r2;
* the 2 in r1 above the 3 in r2;
* the 3 in r1 above the 4 in r2;
* nothing above the 5 in r2.

In other words, ColumnAlignments -> Center causes r1 and r2 to be
*centered*, as we would expect.

The challenge is to (more-or-less) left-align r1 over r2, such that:

* the 1 in r1 will be above the 1 in r2.

(Think of r1 and r2 as two different lines of symbolic material to be
left-aligned in r3, under the condition that the leftmost numbers in
each should align exactly, ignoring the start-parenthesis in r1 and
the overbracket in r2.)

Is this possible?

Trevor.


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