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On Sun, 23 Feb 2020 00:42:38 +0100
Regina Henschel <> dijo:

But it all came out on a single line.

left [ stack{ "+ consonantal"#"- voice"#"+ continuant" } right none

Aha! I had tried the stack command before, but it didn't work. I think
I may have left out the #s.

In case you like mathematical + and - you need to provide a dummy left

left [ stack{""+"consonantal"#""-"voice"#""+"continuant} right none

That line didn't work. Not only did I not get the mathematical + and -,
the stack also didn't work. But the + for my font works pretty good,
and for the - I just use U-2212.

, but I can't  figure out how to set the point size for it.

I finally found the place to set the point size. The only problem is
that I have keep resetting it for each new formula. It even forgets
that I don't want italic. And if I close the document and reopen it
Writer even loses the font name. There must be a style setting for this
somewhere that works, but the Formula style in the styles palette
doesn't offer much, and when I make changes Writer just ignores them.

Write the lines as normal single line paragraphs and use text flow
"keep with next" or write them as one paragraph with line feeds.
Insert a bracket-shape at the start of the first line and anchor it
"at character". The bracket-shapes are in the sub-list "Symbol Shapes".

This looks like it might be lots easier than messing with formulas, but
I don't have a Symbols toolbar. When I installed LO I thought I
installed absolutely everything, but maybe I missed something.

Thanks a lot for your help. I'm making progress!

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