On 11/20/05, Roy Schestowitz <r@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> > Sometimes, some in-line equations cause a larger inter-lines spacing
> > around the line where the equation is placed. Is there some way of
> > minimizing this undesirable side effect?
> I know exactly what you mean, but what solution can ever be offered? You
> could either space up other lines accordingly (i.e. increase spacing to
> 1.5 or 2), reduce the size of the fonts, avoid in-lining or, in the case
> of division, change the form of the equation.
> If the same line spacing was adhered to, there would be overlap among
> text, which is an even less desirable side-effect. By re-organising your
> sentences and layout, you might avoid that too, e.g. put in-line equation
> in first sentence on page or the beginning of short a paragraph. If you
> massage the text, however, it is all prone to breakage though.
Thanks, Roy. My question was motivated by the fact that I have found
journal articles where the reported problem does not occur. Then, I
speculated that a solution could probably be found.