Place an input on top of another

I want to figure out how to put one number input on top of another.

I couldn't find an option to do that.

You can add a label (text) between the inputs with the text being "$nl". This just creates a new line in the block.

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Thank you! It works okay, but is there any way to get the parentheses vertically centered?

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I could also get this. It would look good if I could get the parentheses spaced, but every time I try to do that, the spaces don't show up.

There is no way to get the parenthesis vertically centered.

There are a bazillion specialized space characters in Unicode. One of my go-to ones is "thin space," U+2009, for example. Another thing you can do is put invisible parentheses in the block text by making them the same color as the block itself. Where there's a will...

how do you change text color?


for example


makes the color red.

The size is just a percentage of the regular size, so 1 is 100%, 2 is 200%, and 0.5 is 50%

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you can still see the text

They all show up as the default box thing. I don't know if that is my OS or browser or not.

What do you want it to look like? (You can say what mathematical notation you mean to reproduce: fraction, matrix, etc.)

I want it to look like a binomial coefficient.

you could probably use the "composite bracket" symbols (⎧, ⎩, ⎫, ⎭), but they don't look good when used. to see what i mean, here's a screenshot script pic:
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Huh, that's weird. The top halves don't match the bottom halves.

It must be a font issue, since it looks right on my phone

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Maybe if a font file comes with snap, it could look the same on every device.

I thought we /did/ have a font file, although maybe I'm wrong and we just use one of the browser standard ones.

you don't. everybody has a different font, and that's determined by the browser (and maybe the OS)

No. If the site has a font file then what the OS or the browser wants counts for zero and zilch.

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