Inline mathematics is stretched
Hi, I was using \setupalign[verytolerant,stretch] so that the mono font does not go inside the right inline image but after using that command the inline math seems to spread. Here is a Minimal Working Example: ConTeXt ver: 2023.09.26 18:19 LMTX \setupbodyfont[10pt, mono] This is how it should look. \\ When $a, b, c$ are given, two values of $x$ and no more can be found which shall make the function $ax^2 + bx + c$ vanish; that is, the equation always has two roots and no more. The roots may be equal or unequal, real or imaginary, according to circumstances. \\ \starttext \setupalign[stretch] This paragraph seems to look fine on 12pt. \\ When $a, b, c$ are given, two values of $x$ and no more can be found which shall make the function $ax^2 + bx + c$ vanish; that is, the equation always has two roots and no more. The roots may be equal or unequal, real or imaginary, according to circumstances. \\ \setupalign[verytolerant, nothyphenated] It looks even worse when I also use verytolerant and nothyphenated. \\ When $a, b, c$ are given, two values of $x$ and no more can be found which shall make the function $ax^2 + bx + c$ vanish; that is, the equation always has two roots and no more. The roots may be equal or unequal, real or imaginary, according to circumstances. \stoptext
On 10/29/2023 1:33 PM, Mia Bikey wrote:
Hi, I was using \setupalign[verytolerant,stretch] so that the mono font does not go inside the right inline image but after using that command the inline math seems to spread. how about just using this
\setupbodyfont[concrete] \starttext When $a, b, c$ are given, two values of $x$ and no more can be found which shall make the function $ax^2 + bx + c$ vanish; that is, the equation always has two roots and no more. The roots may be equal or unequal, real or imaginary, according to circumstances. \stoptext Hans  Hans Hagen  PRAGMA ADE Ridderstraat 27  8061 GH Hasselt  The Netherlands tel: 038 477 53 69  www.pragmaade.nl  www.pragmapod.nl 
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