I asked Werner Donne to see if odf2epub would work. The test resulted in
the tex being handled properly, but the LO math appeared but only as a
text expression. Werner indicated that the isue was that epub readers
did not yet handle MathMl islands.
This is part of a continuing issue with OOo which incorporates MathML
but not in a way transparent to other applications. For example, you
really need additonal export macros to be able to convert an OOo doc to
Xhtml+MathML, as saving an OOo doc to html frmat converts equations to
images.
So, as a result of the above, if you save the doc with your equations
as LO Writer html, and then import into calibre, and then convert to
epub, all equations will ppear as you intended, because LO converts all
those equatins to images when saving to html.
On 3/23/11 5:46 AM, zoli wrote:
Hello,
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
the result.
How can I convert Math documents to ePub format from LibreOffice?
Thanks: Zoli
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