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Re: gEDA-user: schematic symbol text size for printing
Yes, I see overbars in gschem also. What I meant was that by using \_, the
fact that the text size was not WYSIWYG (scaling factor not correct for
postscript) didn't matter for overbars because the overbars would always
match the text size for screen or print. If graphical overbars are drawn,
then matching the text size between screen and print was important because
the overbars would be in the wrong place if the text size changed. Or at
least I think this is true.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Peter TB Brett" <peter@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: "gEDA user mailing list" <geda-user@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Tuesday, June 05, 2007 3:21 AM
Subject: Re: gEDA-user: schematic symbol text size for printing
> On Monday 04 June 2007 21:08:49 Ed & Angie S. wrote:
>> Using \_xxx\_ to create overbars works great to eliminate the need for
>> WYSIWIG for overbars but it is still nice to see on the screen what you
>> will see in the printout.
> When I use \_ to create overbars, I do see overbars in gschem.
> Unless that's not what you meant, of course...
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