Re: Re: Malformed Fractions in a PDF file

*To*: mathgroup at smc.vnet.net*Subject*: [mg87722] Re: [mg87669] Re: Malformed Fractions in a PDF file*From*: Bruce Colletti <vze269bv at verizon.net>*Date*: Wed, 16 Apr 2008 05:02:48 -0400 (EDT)

Rob As requested, although the code below is even simplier. Everything appears correctly on the screen...the incomplete fractionline appears when printed to a pdf file, or when the notebook is simply printed. The problem disappears when a term (numerator or denominator) is 2-letter, e.g., xy / a. This didn't occur in 6.0.1 but the problem is now known to Wolfram Research. Bruce Cell[TextData[{ "hello ", Cell[BoxData[ FormBox[ FractionBox["x", "y"], TraditionalForm]], FormatType->"TraditionalForm"] }], "Text", CellChangeTimes->{{3.417265252484375*^9, 3.417265254578125*^9}}] ===================== From: ragfield <ragfield at gmail.com> Date: 2008/04/15 Tue AM 04:52:45 CDT To: mathgroup at smc.vnet.net Subject: [mg87722] [mg87669] Re: Malformed Fractions in a PDF file On Apr 14, 4:42 am, Bruce Colletti <vze26... at verizon.net> wrote: > Since sin 8/5\[Theta]=sin(8/5(\[Theta]+2\[Pi] n))=sin(8/5\[Theta]+(16\= [Pi] n)/5)... Can you include the actual cell expression? Select the cell bracket & choose Edit > Copy As > Cell Expression from the menu bar. I don't see any problems with the PDF created by Mathematica when simply copying the above text from my browser and pasting it into a text cell in Mathematica. -Rob