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LaTeX Equation Editor

  1. Feb 14, 2005 #1
    I'm sorry if this post is in the improper forum category. I absolutely love the simplicity of the forums inline latex for the generation of mathematical expression. I've been searching for something that would accomplish the same thing. However, unless I do something custom my options come down to: mathematica (I already own maple, so I don't want to spend the money on it), publicon (it looks amazing... but I just want to TYPE in latex), or use the some available libraries and write my own implementation. I would do the latter if time was on my side, but unfortunately I am to busy for this. Then, as luck has it... I cam across this:

    LaTeX Equation Editor:

    This is exactly what I am looking for. But, I don't own a mac :(
    Therefore, I was wondering if anybody knows of any clones to this software.

    1000 thanks,

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