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In-Line Math Formulas

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Jan 18, 2021 Jan 18, 2021

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Since it doesn't work natively, I created the math formulas in SVG and inserted them in-line:

FrederikSt_1-1610961956240.png

It is set to wrap around bounding box. If I inser 1 space:

FrederikSt_2-1610961996299.png

 

If I turn of justify I can position it manually, but then the entire paragraph isn't justified, so it looks ugly. I can't seem to just make that 1 line aligned right and I can't seem to fit the equasion into the text. 

Any ideas?

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Adobe Community Professional , Jan 19, 2021 Jan 19, 2021
I interted a SVG 3 times in the same line. The first two were aligned by hand (up/down arrows on keyboard). Th third is just as placed. The difference in quality is because I selected High Quality in display option for the first 2. How did you make the SVG?, can you open them in illustrator to resave them, or use an action (or built-in script) in PhotoShop to automatically convert them to high quality png's.

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Jan 18, 2021 Jan 18, 2021

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Hi,

Can you indicate what steps you took?

When I have some text, position my cursor and use File > Place I get the result below.

In the past, I placed the image on the pasteboard and cut it, position my text cursor between 2 spaces and pasted the image.

Using SVG works the same way.

I used the selction cursor (black arrow) to select inserted frame and keyboard up/down arrows to lower and center the image with the text

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Jan 18, 2021 Jan 18, 2021

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That's pretty much what what I did, could you try it with 2 images in the same line? I cut that off in my upper screenshot, sorry.

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Jan 19, 2021 Jan 19, 2021

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Screenshot 2021-01-19 115443.pngI interted a SVG 3 times in the same line.

The first two were aligned by hand (up/down arrows on keyboard).

Th third is just as placed.

The difference in quality is because I selected High Quality in display option for the first 2.

How did you make the SVG?, can you open them in illustrator to resave them, or use an action (or built-in script) in PhotoShop to automatically convert them to high quality png's.

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Jan 20, 2021 Jan 20, 2021

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I guess I was at an unlucky threshold that made justify create a huge gap, because it had to compensate for 2 fairly large svgs in one pretty short line. 

Thanks for your answer and your tests, I should be able to somehow fix this manually.

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Jan 19, 2021 Jan 19, 2021

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Hi FrederikSt,

also be aware that the placed SVG graphics can only contain RGB colors.

If you want CMYK-Black only, open the SVGs in Adobe Illustrator and

[1] convert the colors to CMYK

[2] recolor the graphics to 100% K to match the color of your texts.

Save as Adobe Illustrator file, not as SVG, and place the ai file.

 

Regards,
Uwe Laubender

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Jan 20, 2021 Jan 20, 2021

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Thanks, but they are all black, like the text.

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May 12, 2021 May 12, 2021

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If it is an SVG it's the wrong black. Not like the text. The text is in [Black].

The black from the SVG is in RGB and will not convert to the [Black] of the text if you export to PDF.

Export to PDF and check the different values when in Acrobat Pro.

 

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Uwe Laubender

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