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How can I turn off SingleLetterItalics in PlotLabels, etc, when the Options Inspector won't do it?
One of the requirements set for the graphing project I am working on is that plot and axis unit labels sometimes need to include superscripts. Here is an approximately minimal example (I have some ...
May 13 '12 at 12:27
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