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    How to do Super[or sub] script?

    By super script, I mean like for the number in my sig, which is supposed to read:

    "...mean lifetime of 3x10[to the power of -13] seconds..."

    So, u know, making text half the size and on the top of the line.. I tried other forums' formatting things like , or .. but as you see, they arent right for this forum.

    My sig just isnt as funny with that confusing -13 in there... yaknow?

    Tau

    An elementary particle of the lepton family, having a mass about 3,550 times that of the electron, a negative electric charge, and a mean lifetime of 3 x 10-13 seconds in close combat.

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    Well, I'm not sure if you can do it in normal posts with the buttons available, but you could always just make a picture of it to put in the sig. Another approach to fake it is to change the font sizes and put the superscript on the line above it and put spaces in.

    Honestly, after messing around a little (I apparently have never tried this before), I'm not sure if you can do super script with the options available.
    Last edited by Warrior47; July 8th, 2008 at 07:25.


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    Just use ^, like on some calculators

    Ex. 3^-13

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phoenix View Post
    Just use ^, like on some calculators

    Ex. 3^-13
    Yeah, that's probably the only way at the moment, even though it doesn't look very good. I remember spending ages on my lab reports superscripting all the places where I've typed an equation with a power.
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    Lol, yea i do that too... But this looks okay once you get used to reading it i think.

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