Why this happens?
Can you see that LaTeX formula is upper than the text?
yes, as a recognisable form, because its a programmed image...
I shall be on leave until I say so...
LaTeX text are formatted as GIF images. The baseline of the text in the GIF image is not level with the baseline of the typed text in the message area instead, the baseline of the typed text is level with the base of the GIF image as a whole. Lets leave it to MathsIsFun to figure out a way of aligning the baselines of the two sets of text.
And it gets more complicated - the gif sits in a form so you can click on it to open a new page with the latex code in it. How do I align a form with text?
"The physicists defer only to mathematicians, and the mathematicians defer only to God ..." - Leon M. Lederman
I've seen several forums which LaTeX and text are almost aligned.
Well, I hope you may do something if you can ^^