Get LaTeX-like delimeter sizing in Typst!

## Usage

```
#import "@preview/embiggen:0.0.1": *
= embiggen
Here's an equation of sorts:
$ {lr(1/2x^2|)^(x=n)_(x=0) + (2x+3)} $
And here are some bigger versions of it:
$ {big(1/2x^2|)^(x=n)_(x=0) + big((2x+3))} $
$ {Big(1/2x^2|)^(x=n)_(x=0) + Big((2x+3))} $
$ {bigg(1/2x^2|)^(x=n)_(x=0) + bigg((2x+3))} $
$ {Bigg(1/2x^2|)^(x=n)_(x=0) + Bigg((2x+3))} $
And now, some smaller versions (#text([#link("https://x.com/tsoding/status/1756517251497255167", "cAn YoUr LaTeX dO tHaT?")], fill: rgb(50, 20, 200), font: "Noto Mono")):
$ small(1/2x^2|)^(x=n)_(x=0) $
$ Small(1/2x^2|)^(x=n)_(x=0) $
$ smalll(1/2x^2|)^(x=n)_(x=0) $
$ Smalll(1/2x^2|)^(x=n)_(x=0) $
```

## Functions

### big(…)

Applies a scale factor of `125%`

to `#lr`

pre-determined scale. Delimeters are enlarged by this amount compared to what `#lr`

would normally do.

### Big(…)

Like `big(...)`

, but applies a scale factor of `156.25%`

.

### bigg(…)

Like `big(...)`

, but applies a scale factor of `195.313%`

.

### Bigg(…)

Like `big(...)`

, but applies a scale factor of `244.141%`

.

### small(…)

Applies a scale factor of `80%`

to `#lr`

pre-determined scale. Delimeters are shrunk by this amount compared to what `#lr`

would normally do. This does *not* exist in standard LaTeX, but is necessary in this package because these functions scale the output of `#lr`

, so delimeter sizes will get larger depending on the content.

### Small(…)

Like `small(...)`

, but applies a scale factor of `64%`

.

### smalll(…)

Like `small(...)`

, but applies a scale factor of `51.2%`

.

### Smalll(…)

Like `small(...)`

, but applies a scale factor of `40.96%`

.