Re: windows OS and equation editor

From: J.M. Maurer <>
Date: Mon Jun 19 2006 - 21:13:55 CEST

On Wed, 2006-05-31 at 13:53 +0200, Radovan Omorjan wrote:
> I played I bit with equation editor (WinXp) and Latex and noticed that
> \epsilon is displayed as big red (not black) block. Also, \kappa and
> \Upsilon are also not displayed (small white box).

Yep, known bug.

> As I could see it is only possible to insert relatively simpler
> equations only in one long line of text in the Latex (itex2MML) equation
> dialog box. By the way, <Enter> dos not put the cursor in the second
> line of text. I suppose that this option is intended for simple
> equations (no matrices, environments etc.).

Matrices should work (although using the itex variant), but i dout
environments will ever work.

> On the other hand, I can not
> find the information about the second option: Import from file (it
> should be MathML file). As I do not have knowledge of MathML I suppose
> that some MathML equation editor will produce the appropriate MathML
> file suitable for importing to AbiWord (i.e Formulator - found by
> Googling.).

Neither do I, but a common problem is that people try to load so-called
"Content MathML" as opposed to Presentation MathML. Only the latter is


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