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    Jeremy Allen

    My understanding is that signs of comparison almost always have spaces on either side. In the following example from GTM-7.9, it shows this isn't the case. Is this due to not being on baseline?


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    Jeremy Allen

    Disregard this. I knew I've read it somewhere but could not find it. I finally found it in "GTM3_Operation&Comparison 3.1.3"


    You found it!

    GTM 3.1.3 says:

    Signs of comparison are unspaced when they appear in an expression
    which is not on the base line.

    We also talked about this in the webinar "Spacing Exceptions," which is in the NBA archive of short webinars.

    Braille on!

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