[deepamehta-users] Eduzen Team releases MathJax Renderer for DeepaMehta Usrs

Malte Reißig mre at deepamehta.de
Mo Dez 3 13:43:46 CET 2012

Dear DeepaMehta Users,

excuse me for not directly sharing the essentials with you about this
plugin; here is the information what the DeepaMehta MathJax Renderer is
all about:

With MathJaxRenderer you can enrich your DeepaMehta content with
high-quality rendered mathematical formulas. Rendering is based LaTeX
and takes place in DeepaMehta's Page Panel (or Detail Panel).


On 03.12.2012 12:35, Malte Reißig wrote:
> Dear DeepaMehta Users & Friends,
> on behalf of the https://eduzen.tu-berlin.de-Team I am happy to announce
> that we just released the DeepaMehta MathJax Renderer for DeepaMehta
> users, compatible with DeepaMehta from today on (nightly builds for
> testing purposes are available at http://demo.deepamehta.de) and most
> probably also with the upcoming DeepaMehta 4.0.13 release.
> Installation, configuration and usage hints are to find here:
> https://github.com/mukil/dm4-mathjax-renderer
> Download of the latest DeepaMehta MathJax Renderer Plugin is made
> available here: https://github.com/mukil/dm4-mathjax-renderer/downloads
> Live-Demo on Dr. Carol J.V. Fisher's math site (see MathJax in action)
> http://www.onemathematicalcat.org/MathJaxDocumentation/TeXSyntax.htm
> MathJax Project Website
> http://www.mathjax.org/
> We are happy for feedback and I am personally in the hope that the
> installation description works as expected for you, resp. gives you
> valueable insights on how to install and configure third party
> extensions (like this custom renderer) for the DeepaMehta software
> platform in general.
> Cheers & Happy MathJaxxing!
> Malte

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