TexMaths - 0.39

This Release Fixes Several Major And Minor Bugs. The Image Format, Resolution And Size Are Now Retained When Editing Equations.

Release Details

License(s)

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

Compatibility

LibreOffice 4.1, LibreOffice 4.2

Changelog

- Fixed the preamble bug where newline characters were dropped - Sometimes the position of an edited equation was wrong; this is now hopefully fixed - Fixed a resizing bug that occured sometimes when the equation is located at the end of the line - Added a line to the default preamble to enable sans-serif font - Now only align, gather, flalign and multline environments are forced to LaTeX mode. This fixes some problems with other environments, like matrix or pmatrix - Added an error message when the Draw component is not installed and fixed various errors with uninstalled Writer or Impress components - Fixed the random order of the controls when navigating using the Tab key - Fixed the Help dialog menu bar close button that didn't work - Fixed a potential division by zero in function SavePosSize(). Thanks to Federico Di Sante - Fixed a problem in some equations with SVG format and transparency enabled, where rectangles (fraction bar, square root bar, etc.) were not displayed - Image format, resolution and transparency are now retained when editing an existing equation

Available Downloads

texmaths-0-39.oxt
File size: 99 kb

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