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Subject: Re: DOCBOOK: XML, XSL, texmath inlineequation not.

On Fri, 30 Aug 2002, Doug du Boulay wrote:

> and then invoked
> <inlineequation> <alt role="tex"> \( \hat{R} = \hat{R}(X,Y,Z) \)
>           </alt> <graphic fileref="figures/xc0.xbm"/>
> </inlineequation>
> running this via saxon  and latex I do get  a very nicely formatted
> equation in the resultant single page html document, but unfortunately the
> inline equation is not inline, but is wrapped front and back with </p><p>

Could you show us little bit more of your document. What is before and
after your inlineequation? If you use it as inline element inside
paragraph text, stylesheets shouldn't generate <p> around <img>.


  Jirka Kosek
  e-mail: jirka@kosek.cz

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