Hi,

Yishai Shimoni wrote:

> Hello,

> I am not sure that I am writing to the right person.

> If not, I appologize, and would appreciate if you could provide me with

> the correct contact.

the best place is the

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That's why I forward your mail to this list.

>

> I am a PhD student in the physics department in the hebrew university in

> jerusalem, israel. We have a linux system and so we are only using latex

> and openoffice with hebrew support. Since we work in physics, there are

> a few things we need to be able to write and cannot using the current

> equation editor, which seem like a trivial change:

> We need to be able to write something like

> " left | a rangle" ,

> which should give |a>. This is very standard notation in quantum

> physics, and currently the only way we found to do this was by writing

> " ` divides a > `",

> which is of course a workaraound.

How about "\lline a \rangle" or "left lline a right rangle"?

>

> I am attaching a pdf and tex files of these examples in latex.

>

Sorry, attachments are not allowed (with exceptions like .tex ;-)

Regards,

Oliver

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