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January 29, 2007

itex2MML 1.1.9

I fixed some minor bugs in the \array command and the aligned environment. And I added a gathered and a split environment.

So here’s itex2MML 1.1.9 and an updated list of itex commands.

Note that, because of this bug, the spacing on all of the array-like environments is a bit screwed-up in Mozilla. If Roger ever gets around to fixing that bug, the spacing will be much improved, and I’ll be able to fine-tune it to look really sharp.

Update (2/7/2007):

Per Lieven le Bruyn’s suggestion, the MacOSX binary of itex2MML is now a Universal Binary.
Posted by distler at January 29, 2007 3:22 AM

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