TexMaths - 0.33

This Release Improves The Equation Selection Usability. It Also Adds A Text To Latex Feature For Writer And Buttons To Resize The Main Dialog. The Number Equation Feature Was Also Improved And Some Critical Bugs Were Fixed. Please Note You Should Uninstall The Previous Version Before Installing This New One.

Release Details

License(s)

GNU-GPL-v2 (GNU General Public License Version 2)

Compatibility

LibreOffice 3.3, LibreOffice 3.4

Changelog

0.33 - Improved equation selection usability (equations are now pasted as GDI images) - Removed the Word 2000 PNGCompat option - Added a Text to LaTeX feature for Writer : type some LateX code in your document, then call TexMaths to directly convert the text to a LaTeX equation, without opening the TexMaths dialog 0.32 - Added a vertical alignment compatibility option for improving export towards Word documents - Added four buttons to resize the TexMaths Equation window - Changed the way shortcuts are stored to the registry. The new scheme allows to keep shortcuts between TexMaths updates - Display an error message when Equations and NumberedEquations modules have the same shortcut - Don't display an error message if the shell or batch script is not found. Instead, silently generate the script - Reorganized the About dialog to present things like in the Sysconfig dialog - The position and size of the TexMaths Equation window is now automatically saved - Fixed some typos in the french translation - Set equation numbers as (Chapter.Number) when there are chapters in the document - Added an option to the System Config dialog to select the text displayed before numbered equations

Available Downloads

texmaths-0.33.oxt
File size: 80 kb

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