Hello, I would like to create two vectors or matrices, such that the rows of each vector/matrix line up horizontally. For example, consider the following

```
$ vec(f_a, f_b, f_c) = vec(a, b, c) $
```

I would instead like the right vector to have vertical padding in each cell, such that I can draw parallel lines from `$f_a$`

to `$a$`

, `$f_b$`

to `$b$`

, and so on.

I tried to use the `gap`

parameter, but this yields the following results:

```
#set math.vec(gap: 2em)
$ vec(f_a, f_b, f_c) = vec(a, b, c) $
```

I can get closer using `grid`

, but it requires manual tuning and the braces still differ.

```
$ vec(#grid(columns: 1, gutter: 5pt, $ f_a $, $ f_b $, $ f_c $)) = vec(#grid(columns: 1, gutter: 10pt, $ a $, $ b $, $ c $)) $
```

As a new user, I can only add two images so you will need to imagine the results.