A subscript followed by a sine function moves the sine into the subscipt

jsmeyer's picture

Another very annoying feature of SWP6.08 working with Windows 10 is that if one writes a subscripted quantity to be immediately followed by a sine function (I have not used other trig functions) is that the trig function is shifted back into the subscript unless there is a text space inserted, which of course makes auto arithmetic moot.
JS Meyer