[texhax] [pdftex] DVI to HTML mechanism demo

Chris Rowley C.A.Rowley at open.ac.uk
Tue Oct 30 11:10:23 CET 2007


> It'd be different if Mozilla weren't at a prototype stage, and IE's  
> support was ``working on a technology''. I'm impressed w/ jsmath, and  
> I see it as a useful work-around until all the major browsers get  
> mathml support (at which time I hope it can be adapted to seamlessly  
> convert between (la)tex source to mathml representation).

Agreed, hence the ... !! <sigh/>

> Anti-aliasing makes hinting much less important, and an anti-aliased  
> svg on-screen should look as good as the anti-aliased bitmap now  
> being used, but will print _much_ better.

Good, and thanks for the information and assessment.  So now all we
need is integrated SVG and MathML in all our favourite browsers:-(.

Whoever let HTML escape into the wide world has a lot to answer


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