Hi -

Displaying MathML, the spacing below the horizontal divider of a fraction is insufficient. If the denominator is a square root, the top of the square root symbol and the horizontal divider of the fraction meld together at smaller font sizes (10/12pt). At higher font sizes it becomes possible, with close scrutiny, to see the top of the square root symbol, but it's still quite a bit less than ideal.

How can I get a little spacing between the fraction divider and the content below it? I tried several css stylings, before searching and finding here that you don't apply css to the MathML.

Attached image demonstrates - top is from Prince-generated PDF at 12pt text, middle is same but with MathML at 18pt (undesirable), bottom is browser page display of MathJax rendering, which is how we'd like to see it in the PDF.

Thanks.

c.

Displaying MathML, the spacing below the horizontal divider of a fraction is insufficient. If the denominator is a square root, the top of the square root symbol and the horizontal divider of the fraction meld together at smaller font sizes (10/12pt). At higher font sizes it becomes possible, with close scrutiny, to see the top of the square root symbol, but it's still quite a bit less than ideal.

How can I get a little spacing between the fraction divider and the content below it? I tried several css stylings, before searching and finding here that you don't apply css to the MathML.

Attached image demonstrates - top is from Prince-generated PDF at 12pt text, middle is same but with MathML at 18pt (undesirable), bottom is browser page display of MathJax rendering, which is how we'd like to see it in the PDF.

Thanks.

c.