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nguyennb
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how to equal high of lines in table of content

Postby nguyennb » Wed Jun 18, 2014 2:26 am

Hi all!
One entry in my table of content involves a supscript symbol, thus the high of corresponding line is larger than others.
How can I equal high of all lines in order to get a beatiful table of content

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kaiserkarl13
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Postby kaiserkarl13 » Wed Jun 18, 2014 4:51 am

I can't reproduce your problem. Example:
  1. \documentclass{article}
  2. \begin{document}
  3. \tableofcontents
  4. \section{Top Level}
  5. \subsection{Sample Heading Above~3}
  6. \subsection{Sample Heading Above~2}
  7. \subsection{Sample Heading Above}
  8. \subsection{This Is an SN$_2$ Reaction}
  9. \subsection{Sample Heading Below}
  10. \subsection{Sample Heading Below~2}
  11. \subsection{Sample Heading Below~3}
  12. \section{Bottom Level}
  13. \subsection{Sample Heading Above~3}
  14. \subsection{Sample Heading Above~2}
  15. \subsection{Sample Heading Above}
  16. \subsection{This Is Si$^{29}$ NMR Spectroscopy}
  17. \subsection{Sample Heading Below}
  18. \subsection{Sample Heading Below~2}
  19. \subsection{Sample Heading Below~3}
  20. \end{document}

Please post a Infominimal working example and I'll see what I can do.


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