(Excerpt from "The MathML Handbook" by Pavi Sandhu)
The mover element is used for representing an overscript attached to a base.
By default, the mover element sets displaystyle to false in overscript and increments scriptlevel by 1 if accent="false". It leaves both attributes unchanged within base.
This element has the one attribute shown in the following table.
Table: Attribute of mover.
|accent||true | false||automatic|
The accent attribute specifies whether the expression that appears in the overscript position should be treated as an accent or a limit. Accents are rendered in normal size and closer to the base, while limits are rendered in a smaller size and farther away from the base.
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