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Re: Controlling the size of the integral sign

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  • Subject: [mg91677] Re: [mg91664] Controlling the size of the integral sign
  • From: Carl Woll <carlw at wolfram.com>
  • Date: Thu, 4 Sep 2008 06:39:11 -0400 (EDT)
  • References: <200809031045.GAA00814@smc.vnet.net>

David Park wrote:

>If an integral appears inside a Grid or a Column, which has 
>DefaultBaseStyle -> "Grid", it is much shorter in height than in a regular 
>output expression.
>
>Regular expression:
>
>Integrate[(f[x] + g[x]), {x, a, b}]
>
>Inside a Column or Grid expression.
>
>Column[{Integrate[(f[x] + g[x]), {x, a, b}]}]
>
>If I use the option SpanMinSize it also increases the size of brackets and 
>parentheses.
>
>Column[{Integrate[(f[x] + g[x]), {x, a, b}]},
> BaseStyle -> {SpanMinSize -> 2}]
>
>How can I get back the taller integral sign without changing other spanning 
>characters?
>
>  
>
I thought we discussed this before. GridBox has 
AllowScriptLevelChange->True. So, use either:

Column[{Integrate[(f[x] + g[x]), {x, a, b}]}, AllowScriptLevelChange->False]

or

Column[{Style[Integrate[(f[x] + g[x]), {x, a, b}], ScriptLevel->0]}]

The first option above colors AllowScriptLevelChange red, but works.

Carl





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