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brotherbobby

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- I would like to know, if possible, the ##\text{name of the software}## used to type equations on to the computer screen shown in the video below.

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Many thanks if you can guess what the name of the software is. It can be very useful for teaching.

Let me also confess that, till date, I haven't found a software that can type ##\rm{LaTeX}## equations in real time on to the computer screen. LyX is the only one I know of, but the look of the equations that appear is not clear for people to read.

Alternately, I would be glad if someone could suggest an app with a space where rows of equations can be typed in ##\rm{LaTeX}## in a WYSIWYG form. There are ##\rm{LaTeX}## online renderers but the space available is one equation at a time.

Also, as you will see in the video, nowhere are the actual ##\rm{LaTeX}## codes showing. I suspect it is not ##\rm{LaTeX}## at all in the video but a form of writing equations very close to it in look and feel.

Many thanks.

Many thanks if you can guess what the name of the software is. It can be very useful for teaching.

Let me also confess that, till date, I haven't found a software that can type ##\rm{LaTeX}## equations in real time on to the computer screen. LyX is the only one I know of, but the look of the equations that appear is not clear for people to read.

Alternately, I would be glad if someone could suggest an app with a space where rows of equations can be typed in ##\rm{LaTeX}## in a WYSIWYG form. There are ##\rm{LaTeX}## online renderers but the space available is one equation at a time.

Also, as you will see in the video, nowhere are the actual ##\rm{LaTeX}## codes showing. I suspect it is not ##\rm{LaTeX}## at all in the video but a form of writing equations very close to it in look and feel.

Many thanks.