# LaTeX, where can I find a place to practice and link to?

1. Sep 12, 2007

### ovoleg

I am looking for a site that I can type in LaTeX commands and then link it to a friend by email??

Like I want to show a proof and then link it to a friend.

Anyone able to help?

2. Sep 12, 2007

### axeae

hmm, well i dk of any sites that just parse email for the sake of sending it to other people, but some IM clients can support latex.

kopete, a linux IM client, supports latex out of box (all you need is a latex distro and imagemagick)

also, GAIM/pidgin has a plugin that provides latex functionality (i'm not aware of the state of this plugin on win32 systems)

please let me know if you do find a site like that though, I was also interested in finding one.

3. Sep 12, 2007

### ovoleg

I will :)
I've been looking for the last hour. My searches only yield tutorials on how to use LaTeX or porn sites...lol.

edit: $$a^2+b^2+c^2 \geq ab+bc+ca$$

Last edited: Sep 12, 2007
4. Sep 12, 2007

### ovoleg

We should make a thread with just latex practice and the like :)

5. Sep 12, 2007

### Gokul43201

Staff Emeritus
Use this site: http://at.org/~cola/tex2img/index.php [Broken] and use the "generate parmanent URL" option once you've verified the TeX works.

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6. Sep 12, 2007

### ovoleg

that site doesnt seem to work ???

I tried [ t e x ] a^2 [ / t e x ]

without spaces, obviously, and it gave me errors. When I clicked on the link I got the dreaded X...

Help pls??

7. Sep 12, 2007

### ovoleg

nevermind I used the \$ symbol and it worked!!

thanks

8. Sep 21, 2007

$$x^2\sqrt{x}[\tex] 9. Mar 22, 2010 ### samieee [tex]{y_n=a}/a^2\rightarrow$$

Last edited: Mar 22, 2010