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Home : Support : Frequently Asked Questions : MapleNet : Why do some of my images look different in Maple than on MapleNet?
 
Why do some of my images look different in Maple than on MapleNet?

Problem:

Why do some of my images look different in Maple than on MapleNet?


Solution:

Placing content such as images, plots, or sketches inside table cells imposes size restrictions on these elements. When the table cells are scaled to the math formatting width, these restrictions may be undesirable and unnecessary. If a table provides no useful formatting, it would be best to remove it.


 
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