On 24 Nov 2003 at 7:17, Stewart Nelson wrote:
Dick's post, made with Eudora, contained this HTML fragment:
The correct formula is:<br><br>
P = 0.0111(E *d)</font><font size=1><sup>2</sup></font><font size=3>
in which ...
Depending on your mail reader and/or browser, the superscript 2 may
not have displayed correctly.
The correct formula is: P = 0.0111 * (E * d) ** 2
or P equals 0.0111 times ((E times d) squared)
And remember that many of us choose to display only the plain text
version of HTML mails. There are no superscripts in good old plain
I see if I select the HTML view in Pegasus it displays a small 2 but
not as a superscript.
I guess this is what you call WYSINWYG (inverse of WYSIWYG)!
73 Dave G3YMC