Hi
I have wrote markdown files with mathjax latex equations. After I import them, the $inline equation$ and$math block$ can't be recognized as equations but shown as equation properly.
Can we just recognize them by $ and $ $?
import Markdown with mathjax equation
Hi
I have wrote markdown files with mathjax latex equations. After I import them, the $inline equation$ and$math block$ can't be recognized as equations but shown as equation properly.
Can we just recognize them by $ and $ $?
@Charlie said:
Hi
I have wrote markdown files with mathjax latex equations. After I import them, the $inline equation$ and$math block$ can't be recognized as equations but shown as equation properly.Can we just recognize them by $ and $ $?
Please answer the question. I found the same question asked almost 1 year ago but no answer.
@Charlie as noted on Twitter earlier, we don't do this automatically because it's not behaviour that most authors would expect to happen automatically. That is, I'm assuming here that Markdown support overall is a power user feature, whereas majority are using Manuscripts simply as a capable rich text editor. I think this feature makes a lot of sense though – it would make sense for us to add it in the Edit > Resolve menu where we already offer resolving Markdown syntax (which $ $ arguably is or is not, so makes sense perhaps to add it as a separate item).
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OK! so the app can import from a md file with piles of math inlines and blocks. What does the app support for recognizing math? $..$ and $..$ are not supported, but what else? ( ) ?