[NTG-context] \triangledown placed too low in Palatino
sanjoy at MIT.EDU
Sun Apr 13 04:44:59 CEST 2014
Otared Kavian <otared at gmail.com> writes:
> The \triangle operator is used for instance in the « symmetric
> difference » of two subsets
Ah, good to learn something about pure mathematics. In my mathematics
degree, my tutor said, "You are very good at the applied material,"
which was not meant as a compliment.
So \triangle should be a \mathop rather than a \mathord? Right now, as
Aditya pointed out, it's a \mathord ("ordinary"), in contrast to
\bigtriangleup, which is the same character but typeset as a binary
operator ("binary"). From char-def.lua :
description="WHITE UP-POINTING TRIANGLE",
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