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How to change font size here? :D

LaTeX Practicing! :)
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example, change font this sentence \[{\color{Purple} \star }{\color{Red} F}{\color{DarkRed} O}{\color{Cyan} R}{\color{Orchid} E}{\color{Golden} V}{\color{DarkGreen} E}{\color{Emerald} R} \ {\color{Emerald} A}{\color{Blue} L}{\color{Magenta} O}{\color{DarkGreen} N{\color{Red} E}}{\color{Orchid} \star }\]
\(\tiny{{\color{Purple} \star }{\color{Red} F}{\color{DarkRed} O}{\color{Cyan} R}{\color{Orchid} E}{\color{Golden} V}{\color{DarkGreen} E}{\color{Emerald} R} \ {\color{Emerald} A}{\color{Blue} L}{\color{Magenta} O}{\color{DarkGreen} N{\color{Red} E}}{\color{Orchid} \star }} \) \({\color{Purple} \star }{\color{Red} F}{\color{DarkRed} O}{\color{Cyan} R}{\color{Orchid} E}{\color{Golden} V}{\color{DarkGreen} E}{\color{Emerald} R} \ {\color{Emerald} A}{\color{Blue} L}{\color{Magenta} O}{\color{DarkGreen} N{\color{Red} E}}{\color{Orchid} \star }\) \(\large{\color{Purple} \star }{\color{Red} F}{\color{DarkRed} O}{\color{Cyan} R}{\color{Orchid} E}{\color{Golden} V}{\color{DarkGreen} E}{\color{Emerald} R} \ {\color{Emerald} A}{\color{Blue} L}{\color{Magenta} O}{\color{DarkGreen} N{\color{Red} E}}{\color{Orchid} \star }\) \(\LARGE {\color{Purple} \star }{\color{Red} F}{\color{DarkRed} O}{\color{Cyan} R}{\color{Orchid} E}{\color{Golden} V}{\color{DarkGreen} E}{\color{Emerald} R} \ {\color{Emerald} A}{\color{Blue} L}{\color{Magenta} O}{\color{DarkGreen} N{\color{Red} E}}{\color{Orchid} \star }\) \(\huge {\color{Purple} \star }{\color{Red} F}{\color{DarkRed} O}{\color{Cyan} R}{\color{Orchid} E}{\color{Golden} V}{\color{DarkGreen} E}{\color{Emerald} R} \ {\color{Emerald} A}{\color{Blue} L}{\color{Magenta} O}{\color{DarkGreen} N{\color{Red} E}}{\color{Orchid} \star }\) \(\Huge {\color{Purple} \star }{\color{Red} F}{\color{DarkRed} O}{\color{Cyan} R}{\color{Orchid} E}{\color{Golden} V}{\color{DarkGreen} E}{\color{Emerald} R} \ {\color{Emerald} A}{\color{Blue} L}{\color{Magenta} O}{\color{DarkGreen} N{\color{Red} E}}{\color{Orchid} \star }\)

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`\(\tiny{}\) ` `\({}\)` `\(\large {} \)` `\(\LARGE {} \)` `\(\huge {} \)` `\(\Huge {} \) `
Yep, I see :)) For new paragraph?
\(\textbf{Hi} \\ \textbf{Here. } \) Like this?
Yes :D by use \] ?
Hi \(\bf{Machida}\) Hi \[\bf{Machida}\]
\[\bf{Thanks}\] \[\bf{Mathslover}\]
\[\Huge \color{Lime}{~\:\:\:\:\:\:\:\:\:\:\:\:\frak OMG\:\:\frak\:\:\frak Machida!!\frak }\]
@mathslover but its not like text "hi here" by you before?
Because I changed line there. `\\ ` this makes the difference.
show me screenshoot your work maths xD
yep just add //
\[hi \\ hi\]
Right click on my LaTeX code.
oh i see :D
and then you will see some options, go to tex settings
not sure, whether it is tex settings or something else, my mathjax has crashed , so I am unable to see latex codes. @AravindG please make sure whether it is tex settings or something else.
add // where? omg omg
`\[\bf{Hi} \\ \bf{Here.} \]`
let me try \[\bf{Hi} \\ \bf{Here.}\]
omg work
After right clicking on the latex code, you should see following (check attachment) ,. go to tex commands.
yep array, but your text doesnt show me \bf{Hi} \\ \bf{Here.} :DD just hi//here
Here is the step : Right click on latex code. go to "Show math as" And then click on "Tex commands"
Check it again Machida, it shows me : \bf{hi} \\ \bf{Here.}
Yep, I use it when first time learn autodidact about Latex, :D
LaTeX is fun. You'll not feel hard to learn it. Though, I am always here to help u with LaTeX .
For more detailed reference: \\ start a new paragraph. \\* start a new line but not a new paragraph. \- OK to hyphenate a word here. \cleardoublepage flush all material and start a new page, start new odd numbered page. \clearpage plush all material and start a new page. \hyphenation enter a sequence pf exceptional hyphenations. \linebreak allow to break the line here. \newline request a new line. \newpage request a new page. \nolinebreak no line break should happen here. \nopagebreak no page break should happen here. \pagebreak encourage page break.
see what array write, its different with math
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I used : \bf{} to make that bold, while AravindG kept it simple.
look, so different :D
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but when I use Array's way, it doesnt work :)
o.o
let us know ur code of array
medal for all of you :D
look my image of code array above
Oh, work now.. xD
:) Good.
lol Good work ;)
Muchas gracias :))
आपका स्वागत है. Aapka svaagat hai. (You are welcome)
lol @AravindG none of those work here except for \\ (new line) :P
extra information ;)
lol "extra information" ...
teach me again, how I can combine text and latex text in one paragraph. see, i cant :/ \[thomas\] teach me ://
Please explain more.
\(Hello \\ Machida\) `\(\Hello \\ Machida \) `
Code : \(\text{ Hello \\ Machida }\)
Like this : Thomas \(\text{Teach me} \) ?
yep, like dat :D
"Type your text here" `\(\text{include latex code here} \)`
Here is how to do that : `Hello \(Machida\) ` Try it.
Hello \(maththslover\)
what the different use ( and [ ?
If you use `\[\]` then it will take you to next line, check the following code : `Hello \[Machida\]` Try it.
Inline ( stand alone [
Oh ya :D Thanks \({Mathslover\)
Stand alone also changes how fractions, integrals, and matrices work, so it can be very useful.
Thanks for info @e.mccormick :) omg i m wrong :/ but its show new box lol
Thanks \[Mathslover\] Thanks \(Mathslover\)
Machida, `Thanks \[mathslover\]`
If I use inline, I get this: \(\int \limits_a^bx^2dx \text{ and } \frac{a+\frac{1}{2}}{b} \text{ and } \left[ \begin{matrix} a&b\\c&d \end{matrix}\right ]\), which kind of squishes things a bit. Also the flow of text gets funky. But let me do stand alone with \[\int \limits_a^bx^2dx \text{ and } \frac{a+\frac{1}{2}}{b} \text{ and } \left[ \begin{matrix} a&b\\c&d \end{matrix}\right ]\]
Here : \(\cfrac{a+\cfrac{1}{2}}{b}\)
Actually you should use : \cfrac rather than \frac.
Yes, I know about cfrac, frac, and dfrac. However, there are more chanegs than just the fractions. In fact, the sums and limts can get really moved a lot when done inline.
emm okies, I'll try :)) ███████████████████████████████████ ███████████████░░░░░███████████████ ███████████████░░▒░░███████████████ ███░░░░░░░░░░░░░░░░░███████████████ ███░░▒░░▒░░▒░░▒░░▒░░███████████████ ███░░░░░░░░░░░░░░░░░███████████████ ███████████████░░▒░░███████████████ ███████████████░░░░░███████████████ ███████████████████████████████████ ███░░░░░░░░░░░░░░░░░███████████████ ███░░▒░░▒░░▒░░▒░░▒░░███████████████ ███░░░░░░░░░░░░░░░░░███████████████ █████████░░▒░░█████████████████████ ███░░░░░░░░░░░░░░░░░███████████████ ███░░▒░░▒░░▒░░▒░░▒░░███████████████ ███░░░░░░░░░░░░░░░░░███████████████ ███████████████████████████████████ ███░░░░░░░░░░░░░░░░░███████████████ ███░░▒░░▒░░▒░░▒░░▒░░███████████████ ███░░░░░░░░░░░░░░░░░███████████████ ██████░░▒░░████░░▒░░███████████████ ███░░░░░░░░░░░░░░░░░███████████████ ███░░▒░░▒░░▒░░▒░░▒░░███████████████ ███░░░░░░░░░░░░░░░░░███████████████ ███████████████████████████████████ ███░░░░░░░░░░░░░░░░░███████████████ ███░░▒░░▒░░▒░░▒░░▒░░███████████████ ███░░░░░░░░░░░░░░░░░███████████████ ███████████████░░▒░░███████████████ ███░░░░░░░░░░░░░░░░░███████████████ ███░░▒░░▒░░▒░░▒░░██████████████████ ███░░░░░░░░░░░░░░██████████████████ ███████████████████████████████████ ███░░░░░░░░░░░░░░░░░███████████████ ███░░▒░░▒░░▒░░▒░░▒░░███████████████ ███░░░░░░░░░░░░░░░░░███████████████ ██████░░▒░░█░░▒░░██████████████████ ███░░░░░░░░█░░░░░░░░███████████████ ███░░▒░░███████░░▒░░███████████████ ███░░░░░███████░░░░░███████████████ ███████████████████████████████████ ███░░░░░█░░░░░░░░░░░███████████████ ███░░▒░░█░░▒░░▒░░▒░░███████████████ ███░░░░░█░░░░░░░░░░░███████████████ ███░░▒░░█░░▒░░█░░▒░░███████████████ ███░░░░░░░░░░░█░░░░░███████████████ ███░░▒░░▒░░▒░░█░░▒░░███████████████ ███░░░░░░░░░░░█░░░░░███████████████ ███████████████████████████████████
Yep.
You're welcome Machida.
\(\cfrac{x+\cfrac{y}{6}}{8}\) yep work xD
\[\cfrac{x+\cfrac{y}{6}}{8}\]
i use ( and ]
Here is another difference between them. \(\sum _{i=1}^5x^2\) \[\sum _{i=1}^5x^2\] BTW: You can right click the \(\TeX\) code, go to Show Math As, and select TeX Commands to see any of the code here.
{\color{Green}\textit{Hi Macida}
i didn't do it correctly :(
\[{\color{Blue} Zale}\] use \[ \[ \] and \]
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\[{\color{blue} Machida)\]
\[{\color{Purple} Z}{\color{Magenta} A}{\color{Orange} L}{\color{DarkGreen} E}\]
{\color{blue}Machida}\]
right-click on my "zale". then click "show math as" "text commands"
oh ok
\[{\color{blue}Machida}\]
Nah, :))
:D i did it, finally
\({Hi}\) Zale
:) i got to go, i'll be back soon :)
\(\huge{\color{Purple} \star }{\color{Purple} \star }{\color{Purple} \star }{\color{Purple} \star }{\color{Orchid} \bigstar }{\color{Orchid} \bigstar }{\color{Orchid} \bigstar }{\color{Orchid} \bigstar }{\color{Orchid} \bigstar }{\color{Purple} \star }{\color{Purple} \star }{\color{Purple} \star }{\color{Purple} \star }\) \[{\color{Purple} Z}{\color{Magenta} A}{\color{Orange} L}{\color{DarkGreen} E}\]
\({\color{DarkBlue} █}\)\({\color{DarkBlue} █}\)\({\color{DarkBlue} █}\)\({\color{DarkBlue} █}\)\({\color{DarkBlue} █}\)\({\color{DarkBlue} █}\)\({\color{DarkBlue} █}\)\({\color{DarkBlue} █}\)\({\color{DarkBlue} █}\)\({\color{DarkBlue} █}\)\({\color{DarkBlue} █}\) \({\color{DarkBlue} █}\)\({\color{Magenta} █}\)\({\color{Magenta} █}\)\({\color{Magenta} █}\)\({\color{Magenta} █}\)\({\color{Magenta} █}\)\({\color{Magenta} █}\)\({\color{Magenta} █}\)\({\color{Magenta} █}\)\({\color{Magenta} █}\)\({\color{DarkBlue} █}\) \({\color{DarkBlue} █}\)\({\color{Magenta} █}\)\({\color{Red} █}\)\({\color{Red} █}\)\({\color{Red} █}\)\({\color{Red} █}\)\({\color{Red} █}\)\({\color{Red} █}\)\({\color{Red} █}\)\({\color{Magenta} █}\)\({\color{DarkBlue} █}\) \({\color{DarkBlue} █}\)\({\color{Magenta} █}\)\({\color{Magenta} █}\)\({\color{Magenta} █}\)\({\color{Magenta} █}\)\({\color{Magenta} █}\)\({\color{Magenta} █}\)\({\color{Magenta} █}\)\({\color{Magenta} █}\)\({\color{Magenta} █}\)\({\color{DarkBlue} █}\) \({\color{DarkBlue} █}\)\({\color{DarkBlue} █}\)\({\color{DarkBlue} █}\)\({\color{DarkBlue} █}\)\({\color{DarkBlue} █}\)\({\color{DarkBlue} █}\)\({\color{DarkBlue} █}\)\({\color{DarkBlue} █}\)\({\color{DarkBlue} █}\)\({\color{DarkBlue} █}\)\({\color{DarkBlue} █}\)
@mathslover Any suggestion to write latex simplify? :D *by my latex above :))
didn't get u
Duh, okies then. :|
What help do you need
Just how to simplifly write latex. If there are other way :D Sorry Im too stupid.
lol there is only one way to learn Latex. Get the basics!! But there are ways to make your latex look better for eg \(\dfrac{a}{b}\) instead of \(\frac{a}{b}\) .Now I cannot reply to this post again.The huge lag caused by the latex on this page is getting on my nerves .
\( \dfrac{Hello}{\dfrac{everyone}{\dfrac{I~Like}{TURTLES!!}}} \) @Machinda How exactly do you want to simplify your latex? By reducing your code length? Or learn tricks to type it faster? Just think of the basic syntax \underline{in this area the text will be underlined} Or for tags with attributes: \color{}{}, or \dfrac{}{} For many tags you do not need to put the following piece in braces, like for font size, you can just say \Large. all the following text will be Large untill you put a new font size tag. You can add braces but it's not neccesary. This is also for fonts type. Also you can leave braces when only 1 character is after the tag. For example with underline, If you only want to underline the letter d, just write \underline d. Same for color, \color{blue}d = same as \color{blue{d} When you subscript of superscript text this can also be useful. You don't want to put braces around every subscript in a chemical formula. H_2O is the same as H_{2}O. When you have more than 1 characher you do need to add braces. Also it's important in which order you put the tags. When i want to write something in color with an orange underline i'd write it like this: `\(\LARGE\bf\color{orangered}{\underline{\color{#00B4ff}{Open}\color{#7cc517}{Study}}}\)` As you see the underline is in orangered color tags but in the underline braces a new color is defined which will overrride the first color. \(\LARGE\bf\color{orangered}{\underline{\color{#00B4ff}{Open}\color{#7cc517}{Study}}}\)
Srry wrong tag @Machida xD
Oh God! I see :D thanks for help me :)) but how to make this one, many of pink box below?? \({\color{Magenta} █}\)
i just can make one xD @thomaster
\(\color{Magenta}█~~ \to\) `\(\color{Magenta}█\) ` if you want more magenta boxes you add an extra pair of braces to the color tag to define which part needs to be in magenta color. It won't work if you just add more boxes, you'll get thi: \(\color{Magenta}██████\) `\(\color{Magenta}██████\)` now do it like this `\(\color{Magenta}{██████} \)`
\(\color{Magenta}██████\) >> my first work, thats why i just make one lol :D \(\color{Magenta}{██████}\) OMG work xD thanks xD
I should give you medal xD
oke now start a new post in this section and practice a lot :P best way to learn it

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