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11 hours ago, David H. Lipman said:

Thanx Ron.

If you remember, we went through this in the 4th qtr of '15.

( And there is no superscript capability in this editor angry2.gif.26cf2926edaa2ff6b0166c968f4e6 )

We removed this from the toolbar to make room for other added options (increase/decrease indent and spoiler tags). In some situations, a certain number of options make the large view of the toolbar wrap and you end up with one or two options on a second row. Looked goofy. We decided to remove it to help with the layout and because we thought it was an infrequently used option.

Is this something you frequently use?

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Yes.  Superscript mostly.  Math formulae and Bibliography notations and textual notations and some other annotations/notations.

Since there is so much empty space, please bring back other options removed.  If the Interpreter can use it, please have it available.

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23 minutes ago, David H. Lipman said:

Yes.  Superscript mostly.  Math formulae and Bibliography notations and textual notations and some other annotations/notations.

Since there is so much empty space, please bring back other options removed.  If the Interpreter can use it, please have it available.

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Speaking of which, why are the options in a PM different in the editor as well, not as many options....

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We're discussing your super and sub request now. 

33 minutes ago, Firefox said:

Speaking of which, why are the options in a PM different in the editor as well, not as many options....

pm-options.jpg

The toolbar has three states: Large, Medium and Small (per the ACP). It should dynamically adjust for your screen and then based on this, give slightly different options. Right now the default states for both small and medium are being used. Here's what they look like in the ACP.

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^ I think this is being force to two lines (in the ACP view) as it's the smallest view of the Large setting.
 

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All that is attributable to the wasting of space and not adjusting accordingly.  It does not scale or proportion.

And thus it is shown that Scaling and Proportionality DOES have an effect on functionality after-all.

The following are screen captures based upon the width of the screen and the resolution of the Browser.  The width of the screen is fixed. 

Draw your own conclusions

 

 

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