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# Thread Subject: [Q] Increase fontsize in Latex in Matlab Publishing?

 Subject: [Q] Increase fontsize in Latex in Matlab Publishing? From: Kevin Hung Date: 20 Aug, 2005 20:06:59 Message: 1 of 2 Hi everyone, I just started to use Matlab Publishing? I would like to type simple equation such as % $$\vec{s} = a_1 \cdot \vec{b_1} This works well. But I would like to increase the font size of the equation since the equation looks small compared with the rest of the HTML file. I can try the following but it makes no difference to the size, %$$\fontsize{200}{200}\vec{s} = a_1 \cdot \vec{b_1} Also I would like to add either tab or spaces in front of the equation so that it does not start at column 1. Thanks.

Subject: [Q] Increase fontsize in Latex in Matlab Publi

From: Matthew Simoneau

### Matthew Simoneau

Date: 29 Aug, 2005 17:34:53

Message: 2 of 2

Because  here puts you into math mode in LaTeX, the normal TeX
formatting commands don't work. Perhaps a TeX-head will jump in here
and tell us if there's a way.

You can hack the font size larger. In publish.m, near line 404,
there's a line like this:

temptext = text('parent',tempaxes,'position',[.5 .5], ...
'horizontalalignment','center','fontsize',22, ...
'interpreter','latex');

You can adjust the "22" appropriately.

You'll also need to delete the equations in your "html" directory to
have them regenerated.

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