|Oct 19, 2014, 09:47 AM||#1|
I can not believe it's still not possible to use super/subscript in axis titles.
An essential feature missing from every version iWork to date.
Apple are always marketing their products as good tools for education and science, but how useful is a piece of software which doesn't allow you to use subscript and superscript in axis titles?
There are hundreds and hundreds of situations where you need to use special script in an axis title (e.g. writing "H2O" or "kg m^-3"). Surely it's not a big deal programming this into iWork? It works fine when using super/subscript in the body of the text, so why not in axis titles? Ridiculous.
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