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Question about example in MathML2 Spec (Second Edition)

From: Kobayashi <koba@antenna.co.jp>
Date: Sat, 30 Oct 2004 15:06:17 +0900
To: www-math@w3.org
Message-Id: <20041030150617.14e40a0%koba@antenna.co.jp>


I am wondering that the rendering example of (image/3022.gif
and 3023.gif) of MathML2 Spec (Second Edition) is not correct.

In these examples, 0(underscript) and &infin;(overscript) are 
positioned as superscripts and subscripts. Is this correct ?

The Spec says at Other attributes of mo as follows:
The movablelimits attribute specifies whether underscripts and 
overscripts attached to this mo element should be drawn as subscripts 
and superscripts when displaystyle="false". movablelimits="false" 
means that underscripts and overscripts should never be drawn as 
subscripts and superscripts. 

The default value of movablelimits is set by operator dictionary.
But operator dictionary for &int; is specified as follows:

"&Integral;" form="prefix"  largeop="true" stretchy="true"  lspace="0em" rspace="0em"

The value of movablelimits is set as "false" depending on the 

Finaly, 0(underscript) and &infin;(overscript) should be not be drawn 
as superscripts and subscripts.

Is there any misunderstanding ?

Best regards,

Tokushige Kobayashi
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