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Re: [eLyXer-users] Math display in browsers other than FireFox

From: elyxer-users
Subject: Re: [eLyXer-users] Math display in browsers other than FireFox
Date: Wed, 27 May 2009 14:19:38 +0800

Hi Alex,

The array display problem in Safari is solved by the new lyx.css. Thanks a lot.

For the space display problem, I think eLyXer should make the output
compatible with as many browser as possible, using default options. My
reason is that an author can not control a reader's browser choice,
and we want to put the elyxer-converted document on the web.

IE8 can render the math test page correctly. I don't have IE7 or IE8,
so I used http://browsershots.org/ for the test. (My last email was
not delivered, so I deleted my screenshots this time)

Xie Chao

On Wed, May 27, 2009 at 6:19 AM,  <address@hidden> wrote:
> Hi Xie,
> On Tue, May 26, 2009 at 8:28 AM,  <address@hidden> wrote:
>> Yes the limits are aligned correctly with the new lyx.css file, on
>> both Safari and Chrome. However, there is another problem when I test
>> the test/math-1-6-2.lyx, please see the safari.png.
> Thanks for testing that. If you don't mind I will add you to the list
> of contributors here:
>  http://www.nongnu.org/elyxer/
> As to the new problem with arrays: I have installed Konqueror which
> should behave similarly, and it seems that it is solved. Please try
> with the attached CSS file. (You just have to replace the last lyx.css
> file with this one.)
> Sorry if the detailed instructions are too boring for you, you seem to
> be quite proficient with the command line, but better safe than sorry.
> Just let me know if it is so.
>> I don't know whether this information is useful for you,
> Quite so.
>> For the list of spaces: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/En_space#Table_of_spaces
>> My Chrome can not display:
>> U+1680  &#5760;         Ogham Space Mark
>> U+202F  &#8239;         Narrow No-Break Space
>> U+205F  &#8287;         Medium Mathematical Space
>> U+2060  &#8288;         Word Joiner
>> All other spaces are displayed well.
> Do you think it is worth it to add a new option --spaces, or
> something? It is clearly a Chrome issue and it will probably be solved
> in time. If any other browser has trouble with mathematical spaces we
> may try the new option.
>> Oh, sorry it was the outdated IE6.
> No problem. It would be cool if you could try it out with IE8, or at
> least with 7.
> Thanks a lot! We are making good progress here IMHO.
> Alex.

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