I had good luck with eScape, but it really isn't supported anymore.
But are you saying that you saved in pdf then used calibre to convert to
epub from pdf and the formulas were dropped? I did not see that at all
and would not expect that in any case. If I were you I wold think about
moving your docs to epub in this fashion.
Now, as to writer2epub, there are some issues: preferences button does
not work and indeed the formulas are dropped. I tested with inserting
latex via writer2latex as well and though the image was inserted in the
LO doc, the image was dropped by writer2epub as well.
However, if I import odt directly to calibre the equations placed with
writer2latex work, but not the equations placed with LO's equation
editor. I suppose one could post to the calibre forum, but the answer
wold likely be that this is an issue with LO.....
On 3/23/11 5:46 AM, zoli wrote:
I would like to convert LibreOffice document that contains Math formulas to ePub format.
If I save it as PDF, the formulas are showed fine.
If I open with Calibre the .odt or .html (zip) files saved by LibreOffice, that everything is ok
except the math formulas. They don't showed at all.
Tried to convert to ePub format with writer2epub extension, too. But there are not formulas in
How can I convert Math documents to ePub format from LibreOffice?
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