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\Pr^g(x) | \Pr^g(x) | ||

\stopformula | \stopformula | ||

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+ | * Theorem bugs? | ||

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+ | <context> | ||

+ | \defineenumeration[theorem][text=Theorem, title=yes, location=left, hang=1] | ||

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+ | \starttheorem {Knuth Said} | ||

+ | \input knuth | ||

+ | \stoptheorem | ||

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+ | \defineenumeration[theorem][text=Theorem, title=yes, location=serried, width=fit, distance=1em, stopper=.] | ||

+ | |||

+ | \starttheorem {Knuth Said} | ||

+ | \input knuth | ||

+ | \stoptheorem | ||

</context> | </context> |

## Revision as of 23:05, 25 July 2007

These are some notes on things missing in ConTeXt math support

- In

\startformula \startalign[m=2,distance=...]

there is no way to divide the space equally between left, middle, and right sides.

- Why do we have

\predisplaypenalty = \zerocount

in core-mat.tex? Plain TeX defaults to 10,000. A zero value leads to orphan equations.

- Pr has wrong limits.

\startformula \Pr^g(x) \stopformula

- Theorem bugs?