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Nested emph #874

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HansOlsson opened this Issue Oct 5, 2017 · 2 comments

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HansOlsson commented Oct 5, 2017

As far as I can tell the following works correctly in pdflatex but not in LaTeXML (tested in 0.8.2):

\emph{Nest \emph{me}}

In pdflatex "me" is in normal font, in LaTeXML the entire text is italized.

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dginev commented Oct 5, 2017

Wow, applying emph twice does reset the normal font, I had no idea myself. Marking as a bug, and thanks for the report!

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brucemiller commented Oct 22, 2017

Well, I knew that emph toggled, but I mistakenly assumed that the HTML folks knew that as well! :>. I'd handled emph sorta semantically with just an emph element. Now I was rethinking whether it should be better handled by CSS rules for emph, but that would be awkward to handle arbitrary depths, so let's just handle it by font switches. Done! Thanks for the report!!

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