[OS X TeX] Equations Editor, Equation Sercice
Denis Chabot
chabotd at globetrotter.net
Thu Feb 10 10:54:48 CET 2005
Hi David,
I too am relatively new with LaTeX (less than a year) and my needs have
not included equations yet, so I'm returning this to the list as I
can't help you. I only sent that last message (a cut and paste from the
source I mentioned in my message) because it seemed relevant to the
ongoing discussion about putting equations in Pages, but I was not its
author. In addition to Equation Editor, I have also heard of Equation
Service:
http://www.esm.psu.edu/mac-tex/EquationService/EquationServiceHelp.htm
Maybe others have succeeded in using one or both to input equations in
Illustrator?
Denis Chabot
Le Mercredi, 9 févr 2005, à 21:10 Europe/Paris, David Derbes a écrit :
> Hi, M. Chabot.
>
> I am a newbie on the Mac OS X LaTeX mailing list. I saw your email to
> another fellow:
>
> "To Jeff Holcomb, who complains about the shortcomings of MathType.
> Please give LaTeX Equation editor a spin. It's free, and you really
> don't have to learn the whole of LaTeX to use it, just the part about
> mathematics ;-)"
>
> I have become about 40% proficient with LaTeX (though I am very slow
> at it), but here is a problem that I have with the Equation Editor (or
> LaTeX generally.) I want to put equations into the Illustrator
> diagrams I generate. I have yet to do this to the extent that ought to
> be possible. I hate to say it, but MathType had no problem putting its
> PICT (I think) equations into any damn application you could think of,
> and they typed out beautifully.
>
> So here is my question. Is there a good way to put LaTeX equations
> into Illustrator, because I haven't managed it yet. (PS I have the
> WARM whatever package, but haven't done much with it yet.)
>
> Best wishes,
> David Derbes
>
>
>
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