You must be pretty confident in your typing abilities to type without a monitor.
you do not include learning curve when you judge productivity.-Job- said:Searching for how-tos on Latex, unless you have the whole markup on the tip of your tongue is not better either, it depends on how confortable you are with the language. Besides this tool allows you to write formulas with a markup as well (i don't think it's the same as LaTex though).
EWWWW.. MathML is disgusting. nesting is NOT good for mathematical expressions.robphy said:the only thing that may compete with [tex]\TeX[/tex] someday is MathML or some variant of it.
I'll second that-- MathML is an ugly creation. LaTeX is worth learning if you want a professional look.ComputerGeek said:EWWWW.. MathML is disgusting. nesting is NOT good for mathematical expressions.
Its not that hard to tell when you make a typo, if you spend a lot of time typing, typos will generally feel wrong. The hard part is knowing exactly how to correct it. However, the point is, using latex is that easy, once you know how. You just type. And then you're done. And it looks better than anything produced in a word processor that I've ever seen.-Job- said:You must be pretty confident in your typing abilities to type without a monitor.