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LaTeX Package : underoverlap 0.0.1-r1 Last Modified : 2013-02-01 Author : Michiel Helvensteijn (www.mhelvens.net) ===== Summary ===== TeX and LaTeX provide several commands for decorating parts of our equations; to direct attention or to indicate some special meaning. You can even nest them. But they have an inherent limitation: they cannot overlap partially. That's what this package is all about. It allows you to define new decorator commands that can partially overlap, as well as augment existing commands. ===== Prerequisites ===== To use this package, you need at least the following packages installed: * etoolbox * mathtools * xparse ===== Installation ===== underoverlap.sty is provided directly in the package archive. Put it in a place where your LaTeX distribution can find it. (underoverlap.sty is not generated, but manually maintained; you may use docstrip to remove the documentation, but you don't have to; it will just work the way it is) ===== Documentation ===== underoverlap.pdf is provided directly in the package archive. To generate the documentation yourself, run LaTeX on underoverlap.tex. (underoverlap.tex does not contain the package code itself; it inputs underoverlap.sty directly to document the implementation) ===== License ===== This material is subject to the LaTeX Project Public License. See http://www.ctan.org/tex-archive/help/Catalogue/licenses.lppl.html for the details of that license.