On Thu, Aug 22, 2013 at 7:06 PM, Mateusz Zasuwik <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
2013/8/22 Andras Timar <email@example.com>
Thanks to Zeki, I added a 4th check: Math symbol names (from
symbol.src) must not contain spaces
How should we separate words without space characters? InThisWay?
In_this_way or in-this-one? Are there any guidelines?
Btw. You can find this in Tool > Catalog (Symbol windows) > Special
Well, after a while, I decided not to translate symbol names into
Hungarian. They are like code, i.e. we usually do not translate
keywords of a programming language or LaTeX commands. Moreover, when
someone finds Math formula examples on the net, most probably they
will use English symbol names, and those cannot be copied and pasted
into localized LibreOffice, when you have the symbol names translated.
BTW, underscore is not allowed, too. I've just tried. Underscore
switches lower index on in Math typesetting. Hypen is not OK, too. It
is interpreted as minus sign. Camel case works.
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