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Matija Pretnar
09/13/01 08:16am

Hi!

I've got the following question. Is it possible that inline formulas would break more naturally (like long words are hyphenated).

Now long inline formulas look like:

This is a long equation sin(x) + 2 cos(x) - and
3 x = 18 e^x + x^7
does not look as good as it should.

I would like to see something like:

This is a long equation sin(x) + 2 cos(x) - 3 x = 18 e^x + x^7 and looks as good as it should.

Thanks for any help,
Matija Pretnar

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