[greenstone-users] dc.Title

From Greenstone Team
DateFri Sep 2 21:55:30 2011
Subject [greenstone-users] dc.Title
In-Reply-To (4E60A67B-5060605-cs-waikato-ac-nz)
Hi again,
Ignore my previous email. Thunderbird (the email program we use here)
was being too clever and changed all the "x <caret-symbol> 2" into "x
<superscript 2>" instead.

Maybe that's it! Perhaps I understood what you were asking. Were you
trying to explain that all your "<superscript 2> "appear as just normal "2"?

Regards,
Anupama

Hi Sarah,

I just tried it on the Windows Vista, using Greenstone 2.84 and I don't
have the problem: I see x2 in GLI's enrich pane (where I assigned that
as the value for a document's dc.Title), and I see x2 in the browser
when browsing Titles.

Could you write back with what version of Greenstone are you using, what
is your operating system and where (in GLI or in the browser) do you see
x2?

If it's urgent, perhaps you could try using the html entity for ^.

Regards,
Anupama

Sarah Thomas wrote:
> Hello,
>
> Is there a way to set dc.Title to display scientific terms correctly?
> For e.g, x squared (x2) gets displayed as x2 instead.
>
> Thanks
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Greenstone Team wrote:
> Hi Sarah,
>
> I just tried it on the Windows Vista, using Greenstone 2.84 and I
> don't have the problem: I see x^2 in GLI's enrich pane (where I
> assigned that as the value for a document's dc.Title), and I see x^2
> in the browser when browsing Titles.
>
> Could you write back with what version of Greenstone are you using,
> what is your operating system and where (in GLI or in the browser) do
> you see x2?
>
> If it's urgent, perhaps you could try using the html entity for ^.
>
> Regards,
> Anupama
>
> Sarah Thomas wrote:
>> Hello,
>>
>> Is there a way to set dc.Title to display scientific terms correctly?
>> For e.g, x squared (x^2) gets displayed as x2 instead.
>>
>> Thanks
>> ------------------------------------------------------------------------
>>
>> _______________________________________________
>> greenstone-users mailing list
>> greenstone-users@list.scms.waikato.ac.nz
>> https://list.scms.waikato.ac.nz/mailman/listinfo/greenstone-users
>>
>