anonymous
  • anonymous
How do you change the font colors and size when typing equations?
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jamiebookeater
  • jamiebookeater
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anonymous
  • anonymous
push the equation button the use the given parts on the right and fill in ...........
anonymous
  • anonymous
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pooja195
  • pooja195
LaTex :)

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pooja195
  • pooja195
Learn more here http://openstudy.com/study#/groups/LaTeX%20Practicing!%20%3A) \(\huge\color{red}{Welcome ~to~the~world~of~latex}\)
UsukiDoll
  • UsukiDoll
click on the equation button then type \large \LARGE \huge before your equation and press ok. for example \[3x\] (normal) \[\large 3x \] (large) \[\LARGE 3x \] (larger) \[\huge 3x \] (largest/huge)
pooja195
  • pooja195
Thats just black they also want to know how to change colors its best to learn in the latex section where they will get better help and learn faster
TheSmartOne
  • TheSmartOne
@Jaynator495 give them your latex tutorial x'D
EclipsedStar
  • EclipsedStar
^ agreed
UnkleRhaukus
  • UnkleRhaukus
`\[\tiny\color{orange}{\text{like this}}\]`
UsukiDoll
  • UsukiDoll
Thanks @UnkleRhaukus \[ \color{red}{\text{3x}}\] \[\large \color{green}{\text{3x}}\] \[\LARGE \color{purple}{\text{3x}}\] \[\huge \color{blue}{\text{3x}}\]
anonymous
  • anonymous
\(\Huge\color{orange}{\text{like this}}\)
anonymous
  • anonymous
Is there also a way to change the font type?
EclipsedStar
  • EclipsedStar
Yeah, maybe @Jaynator495 can give you one of his lessons
Jaynator495
  • Jaynator495
yea on momment ;)
Jaynator495
  • Jaynator495
\(\sf\huge{Basic~\LaTeX}\) The first thing you need to know about \(\LaTeX\), just like anything else your just learning, is the basics ;). \(\LaTeX\) requires symbols in the beggining "/(" and in the end "\)" inside the symbols you put the parameters (Input) for the \(\LaTeX\), Your Output All Depends on what you put inside the parameters. \(\LaTeX\) is very simple to do, however if you dont understand the fundamentals its a very hard subject.\(\LaTeX\) is a side of MathJex, we have more of what is know as MathJex then \(\LaTeX\). however in this totorial I will be teaching both under whats available, HOWEVER, I WILL NOT be teaching the math symbols and stuff like that... I may update it at a later date for it but as of this moment it stays how it is. \(\LaTeX\) is a type of Syntax Text coding type, Understanding Syntax will help you learn this MUCH faster, a good example on one that would help is LUA (The syntax programming type used on many things for example, ROBLOX.). Other text coding that knowing some of will help you in this i , HTML (all forms), Unicode, and Acsii. To see the code to somone elses \(\LaTeX\) right click it and click tex command... if you copy and paste it DON'T FORGET TO PUT THE ENTRY SYMBOLS! One last thing, look throughout the \(\LaTeX\) community here on OS and look for some \(\LaTeX\) then right click on it, go to view \(\LaTeX\) and look at what the code is. Once you got the code, observe it and dicect it then try to enter your own version of it. Keep looking at it and trying until it works in the preview box. Using that method you can teach yourself \(\LaTeX\) in down to maybe even 24mins (Thats the time it took me to teach myself after I learned about "\(" and "\)".) Good luck on Learning! :) \(\sf\huge{Basic~\LaTeX~Entry}\) Basic LaTeX 101 how to format it so it will work \(BasicLaTeXEntry\) `\(BasicLaTeXEntry\)` is what i eneterd. this is the formating for nothing special... its the normal text no art, just semi normal text. \(\sf\huge{Spacing}\) The normal spacing between words in the \(\LaTeX\) has a ~ between the words, if your wondering were this key is, its most of the time above the tab key below the esc key. if i were to enter `\(hi~welcome~to~openstudy\)` the output would be \(hi~welcome~to~openstudy\) there are infact other types of spacing, and they are, \space larger space \; large space \(hi\;hi\) \: mid space \(hi\:hi\) \, small space \(hi\,hi\) \! negative space (touches together) \(hi\!hi\) \quad huge space \(hi\quad hi\) \qquad 2x huge space \(hi\qquad hi\) \hspace{pt} space size of your choice (input the number of pt you want the size right before pt... for example 5pt or 12512pt you can also make a negative space with -256pt or -512pt) \(hi\hspace{1pt}hi\) OR \(hi\hspace{-1pt}hi\) \(\sf\huge{Text~Sizes}\) There are many different text sizes, these can be used for emphesis, huge text, attention grabbers, etc. Arranged From Largest To Smallest \Huge \(\Huge{Test~Text}\) \huge \(\huge{Test~Text}\) \LARGE \(\LARGE{Test~Text}\) \Large \(\Large{Test~Text}\) \large \(\large{Test~Text}\) \normalsize \(\normalsize{Test~Text}\) \small \(\small{Test~Text}\) \scriptsize \(\scriptsize{Test~Text}\) \Tiny \(\Tiny{Test~Text}\) \tiny \(\tiny{Test~Text}\) \(\sf\huge{Fonts}\) \sf \(\sf{Test~Text}\) \bf \(\bf{Test~Text}\) \cal \(\cal{Test~Text}\) \scr \(\scr{Test~Text}\) \rm \(\rm{Test~Text}\) \tt \(\tt{Test~Text}\) \it \(\it{Test~Text}\) \boldsymbol \(\boldsymbol{Test~Text}\) \mathbb \(\mathbb{Test~Text}\) \(\sf\huge{Colors}\) There is a large list of predefined colors, however theres millions of colors you can use with latex, you can put hexidecimal color codes in the color choice box, any hexidecimal color code works. \(\href{http:///www.color-hex.com/color-wheel/}{\sf\color{teal}{Here~Is~A~Good~Site~To~Get~Hexidecimal~Color~Codes~Nice~And~Easy}}\) I Think I Got All The Predifined Colors, If There Are Any I Missed Please Let Me Know! List of predifined colors \(\begin{array}{|l|l|}\hline \sf\normalsize{Color}&\sf\normalsize{Output}&\sf\normalsize{Color}&\sf\normalsize{Output}&\sf\normalsize{Color}&\sf\normalsize{Output}\\\hline \sf\normalsize{teal}&\color{teal}{Test}&\sf\normalsize{gold}&\color{gold}{Test}&\sf\normalsize{white}&\color{white}{Test}\\\hline \sf\normalsize{black}&\color{black}{Test}&\sf\normalsize{darkblue}&\color{darkblue}{Test}&\sf\normalsize{darkgreen}&\color{darkgreen}{Test}\\\hline \sf\normalsize{green}&\color{green}{Test}&\sf\normalsize{red}&\color{red}{Test}&\sf\normalsize{blue}&\color{blue}{Test}\\\hline \sf\normalsize{darkred}&\color{darkred}{Test}&\sf\normalsize{lightgreen}&\color{lightgreen}{Test}&\sf\normalsize{orange}&\color{orange}{Test}\\\hline \sf\normalsize{darkorange}&\color{darkorange}{Test}&\sf\normalsize{goldenrod}&\color{goldenrod}{Test}&\sf\normalsize{violet}&\color{violet}{Test}\\\hline \sf\normalsize{purple}&\color{purple}{Test}&\sf\normalsize{cyan}&\color{cyan}{Test}&\sf\normalsize{darkcyan}&\color{darkcyan}{Test}\\\hline \sf\normalsize{lightcyan}&\color{lightcyan}{Test}&\sf\normalsize{blueviolet}&\color{blueviolet}{Test}&\sf\normalsize{brown}&\color{brown}{Test}\\\hline \sf\normalsize{cadetblue}&\color{cadetblue}{Test}&\sf\normalsize{DarkOrchid}&\color{DarkOrchid}{Test}&\sf\normalsize{ForestGreen}&\color{ForestGreen}{Test}\\\hline \sf\normalsize{GoldenRod}&\color{Goldenrod}{Test}&\sf\normalsize{LimeGreen}&\color{LimeGreen}{Test}&\sf\normalsize{OrangeRed}&\color{OrangeRed}{Test}\\\hline \sf\normalsize{SpringGreen}&\color{SpringGreen}{Test}&\sf\normalsize{VioletRed}&\color{VioletRed}{Test}&\sf\normalsize{YellowGreen}&\color{YellowGreen}{Test}\\\hline \sf\normalsize{Aquamarine}&\color{Aquamarine}{Test}&\sf\normalsize{Fuchsia}&\color{Fuchsia}{Test}&\sf\normalsize{GreenYellow}&\color{GreenYellow}{Test}\\\hline \sf\normalsize{Lavender}&\color{Lavender}{Test}&\sf\normalsize{Magneta}&\color{Magenta}{Test}&\sf\normalsize{Maroon}&\color{Maroon}{Test}\\\hline \sf\normalsize{MidnightBlue}&\color{MidnightBlue}{Test}&\sf\normalsize{Orchid}&\color{Orchid}{Test}&\sf\normalsize{Plum}&\color{Plum}{Test}\\\hline \sf\normalsize{RoyalBlue}&\color{RoyalBlue}{Test}&\sf\normalsize{SeaGreen}&\color{SeaGreen}{Test}&\sf\normalsize{Skyblue}&\color{SkyBlue}{Test}\\\hline \sf\normalsize{Tan}&\color{Tan}{Test}&\sf\normalsize{Thistle}&\color{Thistle}{Test}&\sf\normalsize{Violet}&\color{Violet}{Test}\\\hline \sf\normalsize{DarkGreen}&\color{Darkgreen}{Test}&\sf\normalsize{Darkred}&\color{Darkred}{Test}&\sf\normalsize{Darkblue}&\color{Darkblue}{Test}\\\hline \sf\normalsize{Darkorange}&\color{Darkorange}{Test}&\sf\normalsize{Darkgoldenrod}&\color{Darkgoldenrod}{Test}&\sf\normalsize{darkviolet}&\color{Darkviolet}{Test}\\\hline \sf\normalsize{darkcyan}&\color{Darkcyan}{Test}&\sf\normalsize{darkgoldenrod}&\color{DarkGoldenrod}{Test}&\sf\normalsize{darkmagenta}&\color{DarkMagenta}{Test}\\\hline \sf\normalsize{darkseagreen}&\color{DarkSeaGreen}{Test}&\sf\normalsize{darkviolet}&\color{DarkViolet}{Test}&\sf\normalsize{lightgreen}&\color{Lightgreen}{Test}\\\hline \sf\normalsize{lightblue}&\color{Lightblue}{Test}&\sf\normalsize{lightcyan}&\color{Lightcyan}{Test}&\sf\normalsize{lightseagreen}&\color{LightSeaGreen}{Test}\\\hline \sf\normalsize{lightskyblue}&\color{LightSkyBlue}{Test}&&\\\hline \end{array}\) I'm pretty darn sure i got the entire list this time... xD \(\sf\huge{Boxed~Text}\) With this you can box you text, or you can even box a box a box a box a text. \(\boxed{Test~Text}\) `\(\boxed{Test~Text}\)` Or For Multiple \(\boxed{\boxed{\boxed{\boxed{Test~Text}}}}\) `\(\boxed{\boxed{\boxed{\boxed{Test~Text}}}}\)` So for every extra box you want around your text you need a extra bracket ("}") at the end AND you need before you put the "\" for the next box to put another bracket ("{") before the "\". \(\sf\huge{Bounding~Boxs}\) With this you can bound boxes together, however this one you can color the outline AND color the inside. However for more then one you still need what I said above \(\bbox[5pt,skyblue ,border:5pt solid blue]{Test~Text}\) `\(\bbox[5pt,skyblue ,border:5pt solid blue]{Test~Text}\)` OR \(\bbox[5pt,skyblue]{Test~Text}\) `\(\bbox[5pt,skyblue]{Test~Text}\)` OR \(\bbox[5pt,skyblue ,border:5px solid blue]{Test~Text}\) `\(\bbox[5pt,skyblue ,border:5px solid blue]{Test~Text}\)` OR \(\bbox[5pt,skyblue ,border:5px dashed blue]{Test~Text}\) `\(\bbox[5pt,skyblue ,border:5px dashed blue]{Test~Text}\)` OR \(\bbox[5pt,skyblue ,border:5px dotted blue]{Test~Text}\) `\(\bbox[5pt,skyblue ,border:5px dotted blue]{Test~Text}\)` The 1st and 2nd 5pt (and/or 5px) you can change to make any size you want (similar to the hspace I mentioned earlier) [5pt, color.of.the.inside.you.want ,border:5pt color.of.the.border.you.want] the border and after is optional... this is only if you want a border on your bbox \(\sf\huge{Invisible~Center~BBox}\) If you define a color wrong in a bbox parameter, it will become invisible in the center, you can see straight through it. I thought this was a fun little feature I should add. Heres some examples. \(\bbox[5pt,skybue ,border:5px dotted blue]{Test~Text}\) `\(\bbox[5pt,skybue ,border:5px dotted blue]{Test~Text}\)` OR \(\bbox[5pt,skybue ,border:5px dashed blue]{Test~Text}\) `\(\bbox[5pt,skybue ,border:5px dashed blue]{Test~Text}\)` OR \(\bbox[5pt,skybue ,border:5px solid blue]{Test~Text}\) `\(\bbox[5pt,skybue ,border:5px solid blue]{Test~Text}\)` OR \(\bbox[5pt,skybue]{Test~Text}\) `\(\bbox[5pt,skybue]{Test~Text}\)` OR \(\bbox[5pt,skybue ,border:5pt solid blue]{Test~Text}\) `\(\bbox[5pt,skybue ,border:5pt solid blue]{Test~Text}\)` If you put something behind this bbox, you will notice it has a 0% Transparency Value, meaning whats behind it can be seen. \(\sf\huge{Overlaping~Text}\) Rlap is to overlap your text, not really much more to say about that. \(\rlap{\color{blue}{Test~Text}}{\color{teal}{\:Test~Text}}\) `\(\rlap{\color{blue}{Test~Text}}{\color{teal}{\:Test~Text}}\)` To Better Show You Whats Going On There I'm Going To Use Parenthesis, When You Are Entering The Command Do NOT Use The Parenthesis As It Will NOT Work! `\(\rlap{\color{(color you want to use for the lower layer here)}{(Text You Want For The Lower Layer}}{\color{(color you want for the lower layer here)}{(Spacing You Want Here this is important otherwise they'll be directly underneath eachother and you wont be able to see the shadow effect if you will)(Text you want for the top layer here)}}\)` \(\sf\huge{HyperLinks}\) This is used to put links in chat in \(\LaTeX\) formating! \(\href{http:///ultrilliam.do.am/}{Test~Text}\) `\(\href{http:///ultrilliam.do.am/}{Test~Text}\)` For links you needto use 3 "/"s and for links within the openstudy domain you use https:/// for links outside of openstudy you use http:/// \(\href{https:///www.openstudy.com/}{Test~Text}\) `\(\href{https:///www.openstudy.com/}{Test~Text}\)` Once again im going to use parenthesis to show you how this works, so don't use parenthesis when you are entering the command Outside of openstudy `\(\href{http:///(link you want here)/{(text you want the button to say here)}\)` Inside of openstudy `\(\href{https:///(link you want here)/{(text you want the button to say here)}\)` \(\sf\huge{Entering~More~Then~One~Line\\With~One~Latex~String}\) This is a very simple but yet, VERY usefull feature in \(\LaTeX\). You may not need it much for basic stuff, but all in all, it REALLY helps for the advanced stuff! To skip to the next line while typing latex, just put "\\" next to the word you want to end that line... For Example. \(Test\\Text\) `\(Test\\Text\)` As you can see by the above, everytime i put \\ it goes to the next line without starting a new string of \(\LaTeX\). \(\sf\huge{Underlines}\) This is a very simple, yet complex feature at the same time. It allows you to put a line under your \(\LaTeX\). \(\underline{Test~Text}\) `\(\underline{Test~Text}\)` As you can see the command is "\underline{}" \(\sf\huge{Overlines}\) This is a very simple, yet complex feature at the same time. It allows you to put a line over your \(\LaTeX\). \(\overline{Test~Text}\) `\(\overline{Test~Text}\)` As you can see the command is "\overline{}" \(\sf\huge{Invisible~\LaTeX}\) This Is So Simple It Doesn't Need To Be Said. All you have to do is \(\LaTeX\) with a white color. \(\sf\huge{Hidden~\LaTeX}\) \(\hspace{500pt}{Hidden~\LaTeX}\) `\(\hspace{500pt}{Hidden~\LaTeX}\)` You simply use hspace with a 500pt value so its off the screen, then to view it you just view the \(\LaTeX\) command. \(\sf\huge{Whacky~\LaTeX}\) In \(\LaTeX\) there are easter eggs, one of them is you can use "^" and "_" to shrink a letter and put it closer to the top or bottom \(T^es_t~^Te_xt^)\) `\(T^es_t~^Te_xt^)\)` Unfortantly though, you cant put more then one for each digit... if you did ^t^e^s^t^ it wouldn't work, you can only do it 2 digits apart. HOWEVER you can do this \(^{Test~Text}\) Or \(_{Test~Text}\) `\(^{Test~Text}\)` Or `\(_{Test~Text}\)` Update: You can infact actually put more then one for each digit! In order to you do it like this \(T^{e^{s^{t^{~^{T^{e^{s^{t}}}}}}}}\) `\(T^{e^{s^{t^{~^{T^{e^{s^{t}}}}}}}}\)` You need a "}" bracket at the end for ever single "{" you did. \(\sf\huge{Combining~\LaTeX~Commands}\) Of course you can combine \(\LaTeX\) commands to make amazing things (in version 5 I'll add WAY more to this section, sorry that atm theres not much for this.) For those that don't know how to combine \(\LaTeX\) for a lot of the latex things, then ill explain how. `\(\Size\Font\color{colorhere}{texthere}\)` OR `\(\Size\Font\color{colorhere}{texthere or additional commands you want to be colored such as bbox}\)` Pretty much the orginization is universal as long as you follow the pattern of how it works and combines :P For example I combined overline+underline+whacky\(\LaTeX\)+rlap to make my \(\LaTeX\) signiture, the result was this... \(\huge\sf\rlap{\color{lime}{\hspace{-1.55px}-^Ja_ynator^49_5-}}{\sf\color{lime}{\overline{\underline{\color{blue}{-^Ja_ynator^49_5-}}}}}\) `\(\huge\sf\rlap{\color{lime}{\hspace{-1.55px}-^Ja_ynator^49_5-}}{\sf\color{lime}{\overline{\underline{\color{blue}{-^Ja_ynator^49_5-}}}}}\)` \(\sf\huge{\LaTeX~Symbols}\) \(\begin{array}{|l|l|}\hline \sf\normalsize{Output}&\sf\normalsize{Symbol}&\sf\normalsize{Output}&\sf\normalsize{Symbol}\\\hline \sf\normalsize{\pm}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash pm}&\sf\normalsize{\div}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash div}\\\hline \sf\normalsize{\star}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash star}&\sf\normalsize{\amalg}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash amalg}\\\hline \sf\normalsize{\uplus}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash uplus}&\sf\normalsize{\vee}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash vee}\\\hline \sf\normalsize{\ominus}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash ominus}&\sf\normalsize{\bullet}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash bullet}\\\hline \sf\normalsize{\rhd}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash rhd}&\sf\normalsize{\oslash}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash oslash}\\\hline \sf\normalsize{\triangleleft}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash triangleleft}&\sf\normalsize{\bigtriangledown}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash bigtriangledown}\\\hline \sf\normalsize{\setminus}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash setminus}&\sf\normalsize{\mp}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash mp}\\\hline \sf\normalsize{\cdot}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash cdot}&\sf\normalsize{\dagger}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash dagger}\\\hline \sf\normalsize{\cap}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash cap}&\sf\normalsize{\sqcap}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash sqcap}\\\hline \sf\normalsize{\wedge}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash wedge}&\sf\normalsize{\otimes}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash otimes}\\\hline \sf\normalsize{\diamond}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash diamond}&\sf\normalsize{\unlhd}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash unlhd}\\\hline \sf\normalsize{\odot}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash odot}&\sf\normalsize{\Diamond}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash Diamond}\\\hline \sf\normalsize{\Box}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash Box}&\sf\normalsize{\wr}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash wr}\\\hline \sf\normalsize{\times}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash times}&\sf\normalsize{\ast}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash ast}\\\hline \sf\normalsize{\ddagger}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash ddagger}&\sf\normalsize{\cup}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash cup}\\\hline \sf\normalsize{\sqcup}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash sqcup}&\sf\normalsize{\oplus}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash oplus}\\\hline \sf\normalsize{\circ}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash circ}&\sf\normalsize{\lhd}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash lhd}\\\hline \sf\normalsize{\unrhd}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash unrhd}&\sf\normalsize{\bigcirc}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash bigcirc}\\\hline \sf\normalsize{\bigtriangleup}&\sf\normalsize{bigtriangleup}&\sf\normalsize{\triangleright}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash triangleright}\\\hline \sf\normalsize{\supset}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash supset}&\sf\normalsize{\subseteq}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash subseteq}\\\hline \sf\normalsize{\smile}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash smile}&\sf\normalsize{\equiv}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash equiv}\\\hline \sf\normalsize{\sqsupseteq}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash sqsupseteq}&\sf\normalsize{\in}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash in}\\\hline \sf\normalsize{\succ}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash succ}&\sf\normalsize{\preceq}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash preceq}\\\hline \sf\normalsize{\perp}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash perp}&\sf\normalsize{\mid}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash mid}\\\hline \sf\normalsize{\ge}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash ge}&\sf\normalsize{\ll}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash ll}\\\hline \sf\normalsize{\simeq}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash simeq}&\sf\normalsize{\approx}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash approx}\\\hline \sf\normalsize{\supseteq}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash supseteq}&\sf\normalsize{\sqsubset}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash sqsubset}\\\hline \sf\normalsize{\frown}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash frown}&\sf\normalsize{\propto}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash propto}\\\hline \sf\normalsize{\ni}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash ni}&\sf\normalsize{\vdash}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash vdash}\\\hline \sf\normalsize{\succeq}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash succeq}&\sf\normalsize{\parallel}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash parallel}\\\hline \sf\normalsize{\neq}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash neq}&\sf\normalsize{\gg}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash gg}\\\hline \sf\normalsize{\subset}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash subset}&\sf\normalsize{\asymp}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash asymp}\\\hline \sf\normalsize{\cong}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash cong}&\sf\normalsize{\sqsupset}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash sqsupset}\\\hline \sf\normalsize{\sqsubseteq}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash sqsubseteq}&\sf\normalsize{\bowtie}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash bowtie}\\\hline \sf\normalsize{\prec}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash prec}&\sf\normalsize{\dashv}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash dashv}\\\hline \sf\normalsize{\models}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash models}&\sf\normalsize{\| }&\sf\normalsize{\backslash | }\\\hline \sf\normalsize{\nmid}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash nmid}&\sf\normalsize{\nsim}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash nsim}\\\hline \sf\normalsize{\not<}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash not<}&\sf\normalsize{\not\le}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash not\backslash le}\\\hline \sf\normalsize{\not\approx}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash not\backslash approx}&\sf\normalsize{\not\parallel}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash not\backslash parallel}\\\hline \sf\normalsize{\lneq}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash lneq}&\sf\normalsize{\lneqq}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash lneqq}\\\hline \sf\normalsize{\nleq}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash nleq}&\sf\normalsize{\ncong}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash ncong}\\\hline \sf\normalsize{\not>}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash not>}&\sf\normalsize{\not\ge}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash not\backslash ge}\\\hline \sf\normalsize{\not\cong}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash not\backslash cong}&\sf\normalsize{\nless}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash nless}\\\hline \sf\normalsize{\gneq}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash gneq}&\sf\normalsize{\gneqq}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash gneqq}\\\hline \sf\normalsize{\ngeq}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash ngeq}&\sf\normalsize{\nparallel}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash nparallel}\\\hline \sf\normalsize{\not=}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash not=}&\sf\normalsize{\not\sim}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash not\backslash sim}\\\hline \sf\normalsize{\not\equiv}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash not\backslash equiv}&\sf\normalsize{\ngtr}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash ngtr}\\\hline \sf\normalsize{\lnsim}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash lnsim}&\sf\normalsize{\alpha}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash alpha}\\\hline \sf\normalsize{\epsilon}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash epsilon}&\sf\normalsize{\theta}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash theta}\\\hline \sf\normalsize{\lambda}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash lambda}&\sf\normalsize{\pi}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash pi}\\\hline \sf\normalsize{\sigma}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash sigma}&\sf\normalsize{\phi}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash phi}\\\hline \sf\normalsize{\omega}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash omega}&\sf\normalsize{\beta}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash beta}\\\hline \sf\normalsize{\varepsilon}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash varepsilon}&\sf\normalsize{\vartheta}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash vartheta}\\\hline \sf\normalsize{\mu}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash mu}&\sf\normalsize{\varpi}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash varpi}\\\hline \sf\normalsize{\varsigma}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash varsigma}&\sf\normalsize{\varphi}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash varphi}\\\hline \sf\normalsize{\gamma}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash gamma}&\sf\normalsize{\zeta}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash zeta}\\\hline \sf\normalsize{\iota}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash iota}&\sf\normalsize{\nu}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash nu}\\\hline \sf\normalsize{\rho}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash rho}&\sf\normalsize{\tau}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash tau}\\\hline \sf\normalsize{\chi}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash chi}&\sf\normalsize{\delta}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash delta}\\\hline \sf\normalsize{\eta}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash eta}&\sf\normalsize{\kappa}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash kappa}\\\hline \sf\normalsize{\xi}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash xi}&\sf\normalsize{\varrho}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash varrho}\\\hline \sf\normalsize{\upsilon}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash upsilon}&\sf\normalsize{\psi}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash psi}\\\hline \sf\normalsize{\Gamma}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash Gamma}&\sf\normalsize{\Xi}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash Xi}\\\hline \sf\normalsize{\Phi}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash Phi}&\sf\normalsize{\Delta}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash Delta}\\\hline \sf\normalsize{\Pi}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash Pi}&\sf\normalsize{\Psi}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash Psi}\\\hline \sf\normalsize{\Theta}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash Theta}&\sf\normalsize{\Sigma}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash Sigma}\\\hline \sf\normalsize{\Omega}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash Omega}&\sf\normalsize{\Lambda}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash Lambda}\\\hline \sf\normalsize{\Upsilon}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash Upsilon}&\sf\normalsize{\gets}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash gets}\\\hline \sf\normalsize{\leftarrow}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash leftarrow}&\sf\normalsize{\rightarrow}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash rightarrow}\\\hline \sf\normalsize{\leftrightarrow}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash leftrightarrow}&\sf\normalsize{\mapsto}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash mapsto}\\\hline \sf\normalsize{\leftharpoonup}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash leftharpoonup}&\sf\normalsize{\rightleftharpoons}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash rightleftharpoons}\\\hline \sf\normalsize{\Longleftarrow}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash Longleftarrow}&\sf\normalsize{\Longrightarrow}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash Longrightarrow}\\\hline \sf\normalsize{\Longleftrightarrow}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash Longleftrightarrow}&\sf\normalsize{\hookrightarrow}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash hookrightarrow}\\\hline \sf\normalsize{\rightharpoondown}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash rightharpoondown}&\sf\normalsize{\uparrow}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash uparrow}\\\hline \sf\normalsize{\downarrow}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash downarrow}&\sf\normalsize{\updownarrow}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash updownarrow}\\\hline \sf\normalsize{\nearrow}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash nearrow}&\sf\normalsize{\swarrow}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash swarrow}\\\hline \sf\normalsize{\to}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash to}&\sf\normalsize{\Leftarrow}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash Leftarrow}\\\hline \sf\normalsize{\Rightarrow}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash Rightarrow}&\sf\normalsize{\Leftrightarrow}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash Leftrightarrow}\\\hline \sf\normalsize{\hookleftarrow}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash hookleftarrow}&\sf\normalsize{\leftharpoondown}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash leftharpoondown}\\\hline \sf\normalsize{\longleftarrow}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash longleftarrow}&\sf\normalsize{\longrightarrow}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash longrightarrow}\\\hline \sf\normalsize{\longleftrightarrow}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash longleftrightarrow}&\sf\normalsize{\longmapsto}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash longmapsto}\\\hline \sf\normalsize{\rightharpoonup}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash rightharpoonup}&\sf\normalsize{\leadsto}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash leadsto}\\\hline \sf\normalsize{\Uparrow}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash Uparrow}&\sf\normalsize{\Downarrow}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash Downarrow}\\\hline \sf\normalsize{\Updownarrow}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash Updownarrow}&\sf\normalsize{\searrow}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash searrow}\\\hline \sf\normalsize{\nwarrow}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash nwarrow}&\sf\normalsize{\hat{x}}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash hat\{ x\} }\\\hline \sf\normalsize{\breve{x}}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash breve\{ x\} }&\sf\normalsize{\grave{x}}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash grave\{ x\} }\\\hline \sf\normalsize{\bar{x}}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash bar\{ x\} }&\sf\normalsize{\check{x}}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash check\{ x\} }\\\hline \sf\normalsize{\acute{x}}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash acute\{ x\} }&\sf\normalsize{\tilde{x}}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash tilde\{ x\} }\\\hline \sf\normalsize{\vec{x}}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash vec\{ x\} }&\sf\normalsize{\dot{x}}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash dot\{ x\} }\\\hline \sf\normalsize{\ddot{x}}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash ddot\{ x\} }&\sf\normalsize{\mathring{x}}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash mathring\{ x\} }\\\hline \sf\normalsize{\vec{\jmath}}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash vec\{\backslash jmath\} }&\sf\normalsize{\tilde{\imath}}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash tilde\{\backslash imath\} }\\\hline \sf\normalsize{\widehat{Test~Text}}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash widehat\{ Test~Text\} }&\sf\normalsize{\widetilde{Test~Text}}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash widetilde\{ Test~Text\} }\\\hline \sf\normalsize{\infty}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash infty}&\sf\normalsize{\aleph}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash aleph}\\\hline \sf\normalsize{\jmath}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash jmath}&\sf\normalsize{\Re}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash Re}\\\hline \sf\normalsize{\prime}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash prime}&\sf\normalsize{\surd}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash surd}\\\hline \sf\normalsize{\bot}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash bot}&\sf\normalsize{\forall}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash forall}\\\hline \sf\normalsize{\flat}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash flat}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash backslash}\\\hline \sf\normalsize{\clubsuit}&\sf\normalsize{clubsuit}&\sf\normalsize{\spadesuit}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash spadesuit}\\\hline \sf\normalsize{\S}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash S}&\sf\normalsize{\triangle}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash triangle}\\\hline \sf\normalsize{\hbar}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash hbar}&\sf\normalsize{\ell}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash ell}\\\hline \sf\normalsize{\Im}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash Im}&\sf\normalsize{\emptyset}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash emptyset}\\\hline \sf\normalsize{\partial}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash partial}&\sf\normalsize{\vdash}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash vdash}\\\hline \sf\normalsize{\exists}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash exists}&\sf\normalsize{\natural}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash natural}\\\hline \sf\normalsize{\diamondsuit}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash diamondsuit}&\sf\normalsize{\Box}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash Box}\\\hline \sf\normalsize{\Join}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash Join}&\sf\normalsize{\angle}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash angle}\\\hline \sf\normalsize{\imath}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash imath}&\sf\normalsize{\wp}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash wp}\\\hline \sf\normalsize{\mho}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash mho}&\sf\normalsize{\nabla}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash nabla}\\\hline \sf\normalsize{\top}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash top}&\sf\normalsize{\dashv}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash dashv}\\\hline \sf\normalsize{\neg}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash neg}&\sf\normalsize{\sharp}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash sharp}\\\hline \sf\normalsize{\Diamond}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash Diamond}&\sf\normalsize{\heartsuit}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash heartsuit}\\\hline \sf\normalsize{\blacksquare}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash blacksquare}&\sf\normalsize{\_ }&\sf\normalsize{\backslash \_ }\\\hline \sf\normalsize{\{ }&\sf\normalsize{\backslash\{ }&\sf\normalsize{\% }&\sf\normalsize{\backslash \% }\\\hline \sf\normalsize{\} }&\sf\normalsize{\backslash\} }&\sf\normalsize{\# }&\sf\normalsize{\backslash \# }\\\hline \sf\normalsize{\backslash}&\sf\normalsize{backslash}&\sf\normalsize{\lceil}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash lceil}\\\hline \sf\normalsize{\rangle}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash rangle}&\sf\normalsize{\lfloor}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash lfloor}\\\hline \sf\normalsize{\rceil}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash rceil}&\sf\normalsize{\rfloor}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash rfloor}\\\hline \sf\normalsize{\langle}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash langle}&\sf\normalsize{\sum}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash sum}\\\hline \sf\normalsize{\prod}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash prod}&\sf\normalsize{\bigcup}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash bigcup}\\\hline \sf\normalsize{\bigwedge}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash bigwedge}&\sf\normalsize{\bigoplus}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash bigoplus}\\\hline \sf\normalsize{\int}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash int}&\sf\normalsize{\coprod}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash coprod}\\\hline \sf\normalsize{\bigsqcup}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash bigsqcup}&\sf\normalsize{\bigodot}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash bigodot}\\\hline \sf\normalsize{\biguplus}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash biguplus}&\sf\normalsize{\oint}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash oint}\\\hline \sf\normalsize{\bigcap}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash bigcap}&\sf\normalsize{\bigvee}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash bigvee}\\\hline \sf\normalsize{\bigotimes}&\sf\normalsize{\backslash bigotimes}\\\hline \end{array}\) For the record, this is why i didnt want to do symbols... because theres so many of them and there takign this giant amount of room... oh well... in v5 ill do tables this way i can compact this and use 5-6x more space... next version ill also get more specific about all of these :P If i accidently said anything more then once, or messed up on anything, please let me know so I can fix it next version! \(\sf\huge{Macros}\) Macros are to repeat latex you have enterd without having to type it all out again, and how it works is very simple. To begin a macro type "\def\rs{your latex/parameters goes here}" after you have entered the parameters type \rs for every time you want another one. for example, \(\def\rs{Test~Text}\rs\rs\rs\) `\(\def\rs{Test~Text}\rs\rs\rs\)` \(\sf\huge{Tables \& Charts \& Arrays~Oh~My}\) Lot More To Be Added In V.5-6 ok to make a lined gragh like the one my colors/symbols were in you start with `\(\begin{array}{|l|l|}\hline` then you skip to the next line to enter parameters after you have entered your top paremeters, if you want more then one row, you simply have a & sign after the parameters you then enter more parameters... to skip to the next line of the gragh simply do "\\" but dont forget the extra \ for the command! after you do \\ for my gragh you do \hline so the final result is "\\\hline" then you skip to the next line and continue you end the gragh for that with this, `\end{array}\)` For example, \(\begin{array}{|l|l|}\hline \sf{Test}&\sf{Text}\\\hline \sf{Test}&\sf{Text}\\\hline \sf{Test}&\sf{Text}\\\hline \end{array}\) `\(\begin{array}{|l|l|}\hline \sf{Test}&\sf{Text}\\\hline \sf{Test}&\sf{Text}\\\hline \sf{Test}&\sf{Text}\\\hline \end{array}\)` \(\sf\huge{share~the~\LaTeX}\) \(\href{https:///openstudy.com/study#/updates/54ee31cae4b0dc552b64ba51}{\bf\large\rlap{\bbox[4.5pt, black]{\color{Orange}{Please~Click~Here~For~~~dddddddddddddddddd~~~~~~~~}}}\color{Red}{\,Please~Click~Here~~~~~~~~~~}\rlap{\bbox[2.5pt, black]{\color{Teal}{A~Complete~}LaTeX~Tutorial}}\color{blue}{\,A~Complete~LaTeX~Tutorial}~~~4}\) Copy+Paste this code below to show poeple this tutorial, give them the link if the want to learn latex, help get latex recognised! ``` \(\href{https:///openstudy.com/study#/updates/54ee31cae4b0dc552b64ba51}{\bf\large\rlap{\bbox[4.5pt, black]{\color{Orange}{Please~Click~Here~For~~~dddddddddddddddddd~~~~~~~~}}}\color{Red}{\,Please~Click~Here~~~~~~~~~~}\rlap{\bbox[2.5pt, black]{\color{Teal}{A~Complete~}LaTeX~Tutorial}}\color{blue}{\,A~Complete~LaTeX~Tutorial}~~~4}\) ``` I will add to everything over time to make sure its 100% clear and gives all information you could ever need all in on place, hope you enjoyed my tutorial, have a nice day! :) So as always, more to be added! :) Thanks you for reading! If you found any mistakes or things more then once, please let me know so I can fix it next version! \(~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~\huge\sf\rlap{\color{lime}{\hspace{-1.55px}-^Ja_ynator^49_5-}}{\sf\color{lime}{\overline{\underline{\color{blue}{-^Ja_ynator^49_5-}}}}}\)
EclipsedStar
  • EclipsedStar
The post went from short to long with one reply O_O
Jaynator495
  • Jaynator495
lmeo
Jaynator495
  • Jaynator495
here ill make it longer xD
EclipsedStar
  • EclipsedStar
Nuuu
Jaynator495
  • Jaynator495
tada ;)
EclipsedStar
  • EclipsedStar
-_-
anonymous
  • anonymous
Whoa! That's a lot to know and remember. Do you know all of these from the top of your head?
UsukiDoll
  • UsukiDoll
When I first learned LaTeX, I had to look up the codes to make one symbol just appear, but when I used the code more often, it got stuck in my mind, so now I'm able to type LaTeX faster....except on some codes that I've used once or twice.
e.mccormick
  • e.mccormick
You could have just linked them to the \(\LaTeX\) Practicing section...
Jaynator495
  • Jaynator495
now wheres the fun in that? :P
Jaynator495
  • Jaynator495
common, i made a version specificly for posting on posts, why wouldnt i use it?
TheSmartOne
  • TheSmartOne
come on*
e.mccormick
  • e.mccormick
Or are my objections just common?

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