On Sun, 23 Feb 2020 10:55:32 -0800
John Jason Jordan <email@example.com> dijo:
Thanks, I found the bracket symbols, but 1) the corners are rounded, 2)
they look kind of faint on the screen so I tried to find a way to
specify the thickness of the line, but it's not there. And 3), for some
reason they do not print. I don't know why the corners are rounded, but
I can't really use them, so I guess it doesn't matter if they don't
print and I can't change the line width.
Too bad, because the double bracket might be really easy to use. All
I'd have to do is make myself a little chart for the heights I'd need
for a two-line, three-line, four-line, etc. formula.
Never mind about the line width and print problem. I suddenly noticed
that there is a place to set the line width in the toolbar, and it was
set to 0 points, explains why it didn't print.
Maybe I can find some additional bracket symbols somewhere.
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