TexMaths is an addon designed to provide LaTeX support into LibreOffice. LaTeX equations can be inserted as images (SVG or PNG formats) and the LaTeX code is saved into ...
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- LaTeX Editor
What is TexMaths?
TexMaths is an addon designed to provide LaTeX support into LibreOffice. LaTeX equations can be inserted as images (SVG or PNG formats) and the LaTeX code
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Recent user activities on TexMaths
- renashamed5 liked TexMathsre
- XanderLeaDaren added TexMaths as alternative(s) to EqualX
- XanderLeaDaren added Support for LaTeX as a feature to TexMaths
· Editing a full document in LaTeX might be a long burden if you need graphics, tables or right/left-aligned to paragraph objects. · Editing a math/science document in LibreOffice doesn’t reach the purity and clarity of LaTeX formulas. · With TexMaths, you combine the easiness of designing your page layout within LibreOffice, resorting to LaTeX only for formulas. As a math teacher, I wouldn’t change for another way to edit documents!
At the time of writing, TexMaths is practically the only means available for LibreOffice users to incorporate TeX into their documents. Unfortunately, even lightweight use of this app will cause LibreOffice to crash very frequently. Not only is it highly unstable, but it is also painfully slow to render. Yes, it is true that the rendering is outsourced to your native TeX installation as a backend, but using that same installation directly or indirectly via other frontends does not render anywhere near as slowly. In other words, the slowness comes from TexMaths and not my TeX installation. Finally, this project is updated very infrequently, and the latest updates haven't even been maintained on the LibreOffice Extensions page (even though newer updates have been made available on the plugin's homepage).
Until TexMaths makes some major improvements, TeX appears to be out of the question for LibreOffice users altogether for the time being.
For my particular needs, I've found LyX to be a suitable alternative for using TeX in a WYSIWY(G/M) environment.