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    test
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    \skew{57} {\skew{15}\subset \supset} \iint \mbox{ }

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    But it has to be more round.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ThePerfectHacker View Post
    But it has to be more round.
    More round means bigger (as it has to cross both integral signs in an
    esthetically pleasing manner), which is horrible.

    Closer together integral signs could also be used but now we are talking
    about rather more LaTeX, and things are horrible again (but invisible).

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    Quote Originally Posted by CaptainBlack View Post
    \skew{57} {\skew{15}\subset \supset} \iint \mbox{ }

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    \skew{57} {\skew{15}\subset \supset} {\iint_C} f(\bold{x}) dC

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    is latex working now?  \frac{x}{y}
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    Use the latex.pdf?

    I run a free forum and I was wondering if it was possible that I make the latex.pdf you have on this thread available on my forum. i.e. that I download it from here and put it for people to download it from my forum for free.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hemza View Post
    I run a free forum and I was wondering if it was possible that I make the latex.pdf you have on this thread available on my forum. i.e. that I download it from here and put it for people to download it from my forum for free.
    you should probably PM one or all of the admins regarding that. what forum do you run?
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    As long as credit is given to Math Help Forum anyone can use the latex tutorial.

    Quote Originally Posted by hemza View Post
    I run a free forum and I was wondering if it was possible that I make the latex.pdf you have on this thread available on my forum. i.e. that I download it from here and put it for people to download it from my forum for free.
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    Testing LaTeX color

    \color{blue}a+b+c=0

    \color{red}\iint_R\left(\frac{\partial^2g}{\partia  l{y^2}}+\frac{\partial^2g}{\partial{x^2}}\right)~d  s=\iint_R\Delta{g}~ds~\blacksquare

    Are you gonna install the Cancel Package MG?

    Also, green color is extremely blind
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    Quote Originally Posted by Krizalid View Post
    Testing LaTeX color

    \color{blue}a+b+c=0

    \color{red}\iint_R\left(\frac{\partial^2g}{\partia  l{y^2}}+\frac{\partial^2g}{\partial{x^2}}\right)~d  s=\iint_R\Delta{g}~ds~\blacksquare

    Are you gonna install the Cancel Package MG?

    Also, green color is extremely blind
    Nice! is there a command to end color? For instance if you just wanted to highlight one term in a formula to bring someone's attention to it?
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    {\color{red}\iint_R\left(\frac{\partial^2g}{\parti  al{y^2}}+\frac{\partial^2g}{\partial{x^2}}\right)~  ds}=\iint_R\Delta{g}~ds~\blacksquare

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    {\color{red}\iint_R\left(\frac{\partial^2g}{\parti al{y^2}}+\frac{\partial^2g}{\partial{x^2}}\right)~ ds}=\iint_R\Delta{g}~ds~\blacksquare
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    Test!

    {\color{red}\iint_R\left(  { \color {blue} \frac{\partial^2g}{\partial{y^2}}+\frac{\partial^2  g}{\partial{x^2}} }\right)~ds}=  \iint_R\Delta{g}~ds~\blacksquare

    Yes! It worked! Thanks Krizalid!
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    Krizalid do you know how to make a double contour integral?

    This is how CaptainBlank does it,
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    \skew{57} {\skew{15}\subset \supset} \iint \mbox{ }
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\skew{57} {\skew{15}\subset \supset} \iint \mbox{ }<br />


    The old command was either \ooint or \oiint
    But they do not work now.


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