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At 11:16 27/01/2013 -0500, Taang Zomi wrote:
Writer > Insert > Object > Formula
At the Equation Editor at the bottom of the screen, type the following:
left lbrace alignc stack {-continuant # -nasal # +voiced } right rbrace
And the following will appear in the box in your document:
{- continuant}
{   - nasal    }
{  * voice     }
Regard the braces as continuous vertically.
The preceding appears:
- continuant
    - nasal
   + voice

How can I make -continuant, -nasal, and +voice left-justified, as follows?
{- continuant}
{- nasal       }
{+ voice      }

Easy: just change one letter. For "alignc" (align centre) read "alignl" (align left).

Attachment: Left Justification in Stacked Scalable Braces.odt (16K)

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I trust this helps.

Brian Barker

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