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OMN Notation doesn't match doc

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I've attached two screenshots showing how Figure 10 in "1st Element - Length.rtfd" looks, compared to the example copied to the left pane and evaluated using Tools / Snippet / OMN Notation.

 

I would much prefer the appearance of the tutorial example, without the horizontal line, to what I get when I render it. Is there a problem with my setup, a bug, or has an aesthetic decision been made here that didn't get reflected in the doc?

 

I'm using OM Version 1.3.24952 on MacOSX 10.14.6.

 

Thanks for any insights.

Screen Shot 2019-08-19 at 9.31.12 PM.png

Screen Shot 2019-08-19 at 9.31.03 PM.png

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It is not a bug. I can revert the change, I too prefer length display without the center line - 'Behind Bars' by Elaine Gould.

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Sounds like it should be reverted! Thank you.

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Please revert. Best, Achim

 

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The change will be part of the next update release.

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This is much nicer now! Is it being too picky of me to ask that the vertical bar at the beginning be returned too?

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