Poor LaTeX in a closed-access journal

This is pretty dire, from a closed-access journal: these matrices are typeset using \array{cc} environments, but they just used a horizontal space instead of a column separator, so nothing is aligned.

Poor LaTeX in a closed-access journal

@christianp do you have a reference?

Poor LaTeX in a closed-access journal

The table has an id attribute, but it looks like the page overrides any # anchor, so I can't link directly to it.
The "view in a new page" URL for the table doesn't even redirect to a sign-in page when you're not authenticated, it's just blank. Why must journals go to such lengths to make life worse?

Poor LaTeX in a closed-access journal

@christianp thanks for the reference. (In my (limited) experience, it's because the real customers (i.e., libraries) don't care or actively don't want it easier.)

Poor LaTeX in a closed-access journal

@christianp \newline

Poor LaTeX in a closed-access journal

@christianp are you sure it is not Word?

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