Bug: Subscript and superscripts (sub/sup HTML tags) should make text smaller
Using HTML editor on developer mode I add some sub and sup HTML tags, for example to add an exponent. The text is moved up/down but with the same font size. Maybe this Wikipedia text is helpful: "the superscript is about 60% of the original characters, raised by about 44% above the baseline".
Thanks for the feedback! We’ve made sub/super slightly smaller now. We use the same relative size as Chrome (“font-size: smaller;”).
Is there a way to add superscripts without modifying the html code?
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Pablo Bianchi commented
Workaround: take Unicode characters from utf8icons.com.