On 5/8/12 4:16 PM, Dan Lewis wrote:
On Tue, 2012-05-08 at 16:03 -0800, Marc Grober wrote:
It is still not clear to me. Where is your MathML source, that you will
get into a LO document?
MathML source is obtained via mathjax - one need only copy and paste
Have you tried this?
Insert > Object > Formula. Then copy and paste the MathML into the area
where the cursor is. I was able to copy and paste text there.
putting mathml into the editor box will not work as the editor only
parses the syntax that LO uses (as opposed to parsing universally based
on tokens like a well behaved program, lol) so one can't just insert
MathML ASCIIMathML or TeX or anything lese, nor is there a simple tool
to manage the translation.
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