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Re: menclose

From: <jpederse@wiley.com>
Date: Sun, 10 Aug 2003 20:42:50 -0400
To: "Neil Soiffer" <NeilS@dessci.com>
Cc: www-math@w3.org
Message-ID: <OF9FA25563.F152E279-ON85256D7F.00036825@wiley.com>


Neil,

So far at least the circles have only been for single characters. If they
were for more characters, I'm guessing they would be ovals. For boxes, they
have square corners.

Thanks.

John.



                                                                                                         
                      "Neil Soiffer"                                                                     
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John,

In one of your emails, you mentioned you have a need for "circle".  Could
you describe its use a little?  In particular, is it just for enclosing a
single character, or do you use it to enclose multicharacter tokens such as
"sin" and (larger) expressions?  If so, for larger expressions, do you want
a circle or an oval?

For a box, so you want a box with square corners or a box with rounded
corners?

Thanks,

Neil Soiffer                     email: neils@dessci.com
Senior Scientist                 phone: 562-433-0685
Design Science, Inc.             http://www.dessci.com
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