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    Hi there,

    We have just bought PD4ML pro for use on our site. We are using this to show chemical data. It is often necessary to show a subscript immediately under a superscipt. To do this in HTML we use the following tag:


    This looks fine in HTML with the ‘D’ appearing below the ’25’ but when we create the PDF, it does not apply
    style=”position: relative; left: -1.2em;”
    It is absolutely necessary that we are able to show subscripts under superscripts in the PDFs can you tell us how to acheive this?

    Megan Eisenbraun


    PD4ML has some restrictions with relative positioning (it can be applied not to all tags, and as I see ’em’ units are not supportd for re-positioning)

    Needed appearance can be achieved with the code:


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