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Martin: That's great that Pro and Express can now adjust the baseline in a MathType equation! To answer your question: I believe(?) that I called Nisus on Friday (10/12) and again on Monday (10/15) when I left a message asking someone to contact me by phone or by email. My puzzlement was due to my receiving a message both times asking me to leave my email address. In the future, what is the best way to contact Nisus? [/quote]


2007-10-10 09:14:11
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pax wrote:
The poor resolution of Mathtype image occurs after printing. The resolution on screen is okay even when zoomed 2400%. The images from LaTeXit are fine both on screen and after printing.

Sample document was sent via "Send Feedback".

pax

Thanks pax, I've received the document and will take a look.


2007-10-10 13:34:24
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Charles1 wrote:
Martin: That's great that Pro and Express can now adjust the baseline in a MathType equation! To answer your question: I believe(?) that I called Nisus on Friday (10/12) and again on Monday (10/15) when I left a message asking someone to contact me by phone or by email. My puzzlement was due to my receiving a message both times asking me to leave my email address. In the future, what is the best way to contact Nisus?

Contacting us via email is the best- our listed phone number is not for technical support. Please see our contact page for details.


2007-10-10 13:36:36
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martin wrote:
pax wrote:
The poor resolution of Mathtype image occurs after printing. The resolution on screen is okay even when zoomed 2400%. The images from LaTeXit are fine both on screen and after printing.

Sample document was sent via "Send Feedback".

pax

Thanks pax, I've received the document and will take a look.


Martin

The MathType pict images still look poor when printing in version 1.02 beta.


2007-10-26 18:13:26
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