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- Date: Mon, 19 May 2014 12:12:15 +0900
From:Travis Cardwell <travis.cardwell@example.com>Subject:[tlug] Fwd: Re: Poll: OpenOffice or LibreOffice?- References: <53796D0A.5030403@extellisys.com>
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(I am resending this message with the attachment removed, as I suspect the attachment is what caused the message to not go through.) On 2014年05月19日 09:24, Darren Cook wrote: >> Here's the LaTeX: >> >> \newcommand{\fend}[2]{\int_{#1}\limits #2_{#1,#1}} >> >> $$\textstyle \fend{c}{(\gamma'\cdot{}\gamma)} = >> \left[\fend{c}{\gamma'}\right] \circ \left[\fend{c}{\gamma }\right]$$ > > Curious about pandoc's mathML functionality I've been trying that, but > it appears to get stuck on defining a new function. ...and I don't know > enough Tex to inline the function manually [1]. (It might just be me > missing some commandline option.) Here is an inlined version for you to experiment with: $$\textstyle \int_{c} (\gamma'\cdot{}\gamma)_{c,c} = \left[\int_{c} \gamma'_{c,c}\right] \circ \left[\int_{c} \gamma _{c,c}\right]$$ With your Pandoc command, LaTeXMathML is used to translate LaTeX math syntax into MathML. (Note that neither Pandoc nor LaTeX is not doing any translation or rendering itself.) LaTeXMathML does not seem to support the \limits command (which places limits above and below the integral symbol), so I removed such commands. I am attaching a (trimmed) screenshot. [Attachment Removed] > Another limit (and again I may just not know how to do it) is I cannot > seem to get an equation in a line. E.g. in the below, the $$\sqrt{x^2 + > y^2}$$ appears on its own line. LaTeXMathML causes equations to be rendered in separate blocks because it renders MathML within tables. I tried the following CSS rule to make the equations inline: .LaTeX table { display: inline; } It works to some degree, but the vertical alignment of each equation would need to be tweaked. HTML+MathML sure is not LaTeX! ;) Cheers, Travis

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