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strange problem with \left, \right

Hi,

When I compile the following minimal example, for some weird
reason the closing square bracket is typeset to the right of
the opening parenthesis, overlaid on the letter A.  Any
hints why?

\documentclass{article}
\begin{document}
\[
    f(A^{-1} x) - {} \sum_{k > 0}
    T_{k}{\left[ f \right]} {\left(A^{-1}\right)}
\]
\end{document}

(And yes, the {} *does* actually make all the difference!)

Thanks,
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[Pouya D. Tafti<p.d.tafti@ieee.org>]
> When I compile the following minimal example, for some weird
> reason the closing square bracket is typeset to the right of
> the opening parenthesis, overlaid on the letter A.  Any
> hints why?
> 
> \documentclass{article}
> \begin{document}
> \[
>     f(A^{-1} x) - {} \sum_{k > 0}
>     T_{k}{\left[ f \right]} {\left(A^{-1}\right)}
> \]
> \end{document}
> 
> (And yes, the {} *does* actually make all the difference!)

Follow-up:  This problem exists when I call latex to compile
my file, which on my installation (Mac OS X/teTeX) prints
the following welcome message:

    This is pdfeTeX, Version 3.141592-1.30.4-2.2 (Web2C 7.5.5)
    **

The problem disappears when I use pdflatex, or the version
of latex I have installed through (NetBSD's) pkgsrc, which
prints the following version info:

    This is pdfeTeX, Version 3.141592-1.21a-2.2 (Web2C 7.5.4)
    **

Thanks,
--
Pouya D. Tafti
p dot d dot tafti at ieee dot org
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p.d.tafti (40)
11/30/2006 3:26:38 PM
p.d.tafti@ieee.org (Pouya D. Tafti) writes:

> Hi,
> 
> When I compile the following minimal example, for some weird
> reason the closing square bracket is typeset to the right of
> the opening parenthesis, overlaid on the letter A.  Any
> hints why?
> 
> \documentclass{article}
> \begin{document}
> \[
>     f(A^{-1} x) - {} \sum_{k > 0}
>     T_{k}{\left[ f \right]} {\left(A^{-1}\right)}
> \]
> \end{document}
> 
> (And yes, the {} *does* actually make all the difference!)
> 
Hello,
it looks fine here. Maybe you have some problem with the displayed
fonts or something else. Have you already tried it with pdflatex or
with dvips?
Did you get some warnings?
Alois
 
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0
11/30/2006 3:29:28 PM
Pouya D. Tafti <p.d.tafti@ieee.org> wrote:

> Hi,
> 
> When I compile the following minimal example, for some weird
> reason the closing square bracket is typeset to the right of
> the opening parenthesis, overlaid on the letter A.  Any
> hints why?
> 
> \documentclass{article}
> \begin{document}
> \[
>     f(A^{-1} x) - {} \sum_{k > 0}
>     T_{k}{\left[ f \right]} {\left(A^{-1}\right)}
> \]
> \end{document}
> 
> (And yes, the {} *does* actually make all the difference!)
> 
> Thanks,

No problem for me. Here is the banner I get:

This is pdfeTeX, Version 3.141592-1.30.4-2.2 (Web2C 7.5.5)

on Mac OS 10.4.8, GW distribution (teTeX based).

I would use neither the braces nor the \left-\right pairs:

\[
   f(A^{-1} x) - \sum_{k > 0} T_{k}[f](A^{-1})
\]

is fine. Don't overuse \left and \right, in that case they are not 
required.

Ciao
Enrico
0
gregorio (1367)
11/30/2006 4:25:57 PM
[Pouya D. Tafti <p.d.tafti@ieee.org>]
[...]
>> \[
>>     f(A^{-1} x) - {} \sum_{k > 0}
>>     T_{k}{\left[ f \right]} {\left(A^{-1}\right)}
>> \]
[...]

[Enrico Gregorio  <gregorio@math.unipd.it>]
>No problem for me. Here is the banner I get:
[...]
>I would use neither the braces nor the \left-\right pairs:
>
>\[
>   f(A^{-1} x) - \sum_{k > 0} T_{k}[f](A^{-1})
>\]
>
>is fine. Don't overuse \left and \right, in that case they are not 
>required.

Thanks.  The actual equation was much more elaborate, I
tried to remove whatever would not contribute to the
problem.  But don't \left and \right also affect the
spacing?

I have tested this on several installations now, and only
one of them stubbornly refuses to typeset the closing
bracket properly.  Seemingly irrelevant modifications (like
removing unnecessary braces) make the problem disappear.  It
is not very important; I just thought I had gotten something
wrong, or had perhaps stumbled over a known bug.

Thanks also to Alois Steindl.

-- 
Pouya D. Tafti
p dot d dot tafti at ieee dot org
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p.d.tafti (40)
11/30/2006 7:25:38 PM
Pouya D. Tafti wrote:
> [Pouya D. Tafti<p.d.tafti@ieee.org>]
> > When I compile the following minimal example, for some weird
> > reason the closing square bracket is typeset to the right of
> > the opening parenthesis, overlaid on the letter A.  Any
> > hints why?
> >
> > \documentclass{article}
> > \begin{document}
> > \[
> >     f(A^{-1} x) - {} \sum_{k > 0}
> >     T_{k}{\left[ f \right]} {\left(A^{-1}\right)}
> > \]
> > \end{document}
> >
> > (And yes, the {} *does* actually make all the difference!)
>
> Follow-up:  This problem exists when I call latex to compile
> my file, which on my installation (Mac OS X/teTeX) prints
> the following welcome message:
>
>     This is pdfeTeX, Version 3.141592-1.30.4-2.2 (Web2C 7.5.5)
>     **
>
> The problem disappears when I use pdflatex, or the version
> of latex I have installed through (NetBSD's) pkgsrc, which
> prints the following version info:
>
>     This is pdfeTeX, Version 3.141592-1.21a-2.2 (Web2C 7.5.4)
>     **

You have (apparently) two different executables named pdfetex.
latex is linked to one and pdflatex is linked to another. There
are two other players in this game: the format files latex.fmt and
pdflatex.fmt. It is quite possible (depending on what other
anomalies your system has) that the first pdfetex above is
loading the wrong latex.fmt (one prepared with .the second

Were it my system, I'd try to ensure that there be only one
pdfetex exexutable in use system-wide.


Dan

0
luecking (1319)
12/1/2006 3:12:42 PM
[Dan <luecking@uark.edu>]
>You have (apparently) two different executables named pdfetex.

Thanks.  I do have two installations: one predating my use
of the machine, and the other one installed by me through
(NetBSD's) pkgsrc, as part of my efforts to (ab?)use my Mac
box as a BSD one.  I am new to OS X, and am still at a loss
as to what would be the most suitable TeX configuration for
it.

The older installation was apparently not set up properly.

>latex is linked to one and pdflatex is linked to another. There
>are two other players in this game: the format files latex.fmt and
>pdflatex.fmt. It is quite possible (depending on what other
>anomalies your system has) that the first pdfetex above is
>loading the wrong latex.fmt (one prepared with .the second

It remains a mystery to me how these format files are
located by the binaries.

>Were it my system, I'd try to ensure that there be only one
>pdfetex exexutable in use system-wide.

Thanks, I will try to follow your advice.

-- 
Pouya D. Tafti
p dot d dot tafti at ieee dot org
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p.d.tafti (40)
12/2/2006 10:53:50 AM
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