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Re: Change display sub and superscript


Hi Paulo, 

I guess you need to go find a gtkrc file on your system and look around over config files in your theme to figure out the specific setting. 


Am 04.02.2016 10:16 schrieb Paulo van Breugel <p.vanbreugel@xxxxxxxxx>:

Hi Murat,

Thanks, but unfortunately (well, only in this context, otherwise happy Linux user ;-)) I am on Linux



On 04-02-16 10:00, Murat Güven wrote:

Hi Paulo, 

You may want to give my Theme Manager plugin a try, if you use Windows. 


Am 04.02.2016 09:18 schrieb Paulo van Breugel <p.vanbreugel@xxxxxxxxx>:

Hi Jaap,

Where could I (if possible) change the default internal style?

Best wishes,


On 02-02-16 22:05, Jaap Karssenberg wrote:

Looks like that won't work without a patch. You need to set "rise=7500" except that "rise" is not a keyword the config file recognizes.

Fixed in trunk that it will update the default style (and preserve the internal set "rise") instead of overwrite.

-- Jaap

On Sun, Jan 17, 2016 at 10:33 PM, Paulo van Breugel <p.vanbreugel@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

In the GUI style config file ("~/.config/zim/style.conf") I can change the defaults on how styles are displayed. This works fine, except that I don't know how to change the sub- and superscript.

I would like to have the superscript slightly smaller and lower, to better fit the default in e.g. Libreoffice or Word. I know how to change the size:

[Tag sup]

But this results in the character being aligned on the base line. So now I need to define the how height of the base of the character (how high it is placed compared to the baseline). Any idea how to do this?



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