# Improve position of stretchy accents. #1735 #1787

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### dpvc commented Jul 7, 2017

 Only bubble up italic correction or skew for nodes with only one child. Resolves issue #1735
 Only bubble up italic correction or skew for nodes with only one child. 
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### zorkow commented Jul 10, 2017 • edited

 I've been playing around with the example from the issue and observe some very bizarre behaviour: in HTML-CSS no accent is displayed see here in CommonHTML the enriched math becomes huge see here and active explorer in SVG it looks good Maybe we can discuss this tomorrow.

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 See my general comment.
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### dpvc commented Jul 10, 2017

 Both issues seem to be related to the mathsize="36pt" specification, and have nothing really to do with the issue being addressed here. I think they should be added as a new issue instead of holding up this one. (Note that this issue is about horizontal spacing within CHTML only.)
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### dpvc commented Jul 10, 2017

 The HTML-CSS issue is due to the way HTML-CSS positions the accents, which fails for large mathsize settings. I've opened #1798 for this.
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### zorkow commented Jul 10, 2017

 Sounds good.

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### zorkow commented Jul 10, 2017

 CommonHTML problem could be an maction issue. It's independent of accents. I'll file an issue.
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### dpvc commented Jul 10, 2017

 I'm working on it already. It is more than just mactions, it is the collapsible extension itself, somehow. Just starting to look.
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### zorkow commented Jul 10, 2017

 I've filed it in #1800. Feel free to close or move to a11y.
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### dpvc commented Jul 10, 2017

 Thanks. I'm working on it and will figure out if it is a CHTML or an a11y-based problem (or both). It does seem to only affect CHTML, but that might be just a difference in how CHTML handles mathsize.