[NTG-context] \=d in a table: weird behaviour

Hans Hagen pragma at wxs.nl
Thu Apr 20 22:06:12 CEST 2006


Mojca Miklavec wrote:
> On 4/18/06, Hans Hagen wrote:
>   
>> Mojca Miklavec wrote:
>>     
>>> Hello,
>>>
>>> It seems that \= and table interact in a strange way in the following example:
>>>
>>> \starttable[|c|]
>>> \NC \=d \NC\NR
>>> \stoptable
>>>
>>> \=d alone works OK. I suggested to use $\rm\overline{d}$ to the one
>>> who asked me about it, so it's not really crutial to fix that, I just
>>> find it a bit strange.
>>>
>>>       
>> is dmacron a valid char? ... up to mojca
>>     
>
> Thanks, it works this way, but there's no need to add it to the
> definitions in the core since it's not even in unicode. (The only
> strange thing is that \=a ("valid" char) or \=d work OK in text flow,
> but not in the table, where faking the character seems to interact in
> a strange way with the table typesetting.)
>
> But this solution is OK for me, thanks again,
>   
that's because \= is defined as a TaBLe command 

Hans 

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