[Solved] About New Math Input Panel in Win 7 and OpenOffice

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[Solved] About New Math Input Panel in Win 7 and OpenOffice

Postby mathk » Sun Oct 25, 2009 5:31 pm

Dear all,

I just got an new tablet PC with Win 7. The math input panel inside is really powerful and it supports mathml.
The problem is I can't make it works with Openoffice.
I've tried to use Inlage clipboard utility but I can only get the Latex codes are not working with OOo with only modified MathML support.
Who can provide me any suggestion?
thanks a lot.
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Re: About New Math Input Panel in Win 7 and Openoffiec

Postby Robert Tucker » Mon Oct 26, 2009 2:30 pm

If you installed OOoLatex you could paste the LaTeX formulas into that. A procedure that should also work if you create LaTeX formulas using MathType, LyX or Texmaker or...
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Re: About New Math Input Panel in Win 7 and Openoffiec

Postby zee » Mon Oct 26, 2009 7:25 pm

Hello,

I'm the developer of Inlage and I got a request to make a choice in the Inlage CU, so that you can get the MathML ouput for OpenOffice, too!

Download (and register) the latest version at:
http://www.inlage.com/download.php

Thanks!
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Re: About New Math Input Panel in Win 7 and Openoffiec

Postby Robert Tucker » Tue Oct 27, 2009 11:17 am

zee wrote:... so that you can get the MathML ouput for OpenOffice, too!

Could you explain that a little more please? As I understand it, one can only insert MathML into OpenOffice by editing the content.xml file after unzipping the .odt. Also I cannot see how to get MathML code out of Inlage.
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Re: About New Math Input Panel in Win 7 and Openoffiec

Postby Villeroy » Tue Oct 27, 2009 11:39 am

Please, edit this topic's initial post and add "[Solved]" to the subject line if your problem has been solved.
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Re: About New Math Input Panel in Win 7 and Openoffiec

Postby Robert Tucker » Tue Oct 27, 2009 3:55 pm

Villeroy wrote:It translates "live" to LaTeX: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5gxrskBL ... r_embedded

Klar. But where's the MathML and how do you get it into OpenOffice without unzipping the .odt and so on?
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Re: About New Math Input Panel in Win 7 and Openoffiec

Postby zee » Wed Oct 28, 2009 12:36 am

I don't know how to insert MathML into OpenOffice because I don't use it. I thought you meant the same thing like an email I got:

Finally, is it possible to get the original mathml code in your tool(like the clipboard utility) ? it would be helpful for those openoffice user.


If you install Inlage, it will install a second executable named InlageCU. There you can choose between MathML and LaTeX.
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Re: About New Math Input Panel in Win 7 and Openoffiec

Postby Robert Tucker » Wed Oct 28, 2009 9:54 am

zee wrote:If you install Inlage, it will install a second executable named InlageCU. There you can choose between MathML and LaTeX.


Thank you for your reply.

InlageCU as far as I can see only displays the LaTeX.

From what I've currently experienced, it seems to me it is only possible to enter the MathML from Math Input Panel into specific programs where the formula is displayed (like MS Word, and since I don't use it I've not been able to try it) but there's no way of getting the actual MathML code into say Notepad.
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Re: About New Math Input Panel in Win 7 and Openoffiec

Postby zee » Wed Oct 28, 2009 12:28 pm

InlageCU as far as I can see only displays the LaTeX.


hmm, no! Download the latest version....

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Re: About New Math Input Panel in Win 7 and Openoffiec

Postby Robert Tucker » Wed Oct 28, 2009 1:44 pm

zee wrote:hmm, no! Download the latest version....

Thanks again. Must have missed the new version by just a few hours.
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Re: About New Math Input Panel in Win 7 and Openoffiec

Postby mathk » Wed Oct 28, 2009 5:41 pm

zee wrote:Hello,

I'm the developer of Inlage and I got a request to make a choice in the Inlage CU, so that you can get the MathML ouput for OpenOffice, too!

Download (and register) the latest version at:
http://www.inlage.com/download.php

Thanks!


Thanks very much.
I'm also the person who requested.
I'll try it asap.
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Re: About New Math Input Panel in Win 7 and Openoffiec

Postby michaelhoffman » Thu Nov 19, 2009 6:37 am

Hi Math,
What I have found that many people who are using Windows 7 are facing problems one way or the another. I think the programme is not as success as to the earlier ones. You can try to sort out your problem by installing any other window. If the problem still continues then it's not the problem with windows. The problem you had was a month back. No idea about the problem still persisting or not. The neighbour of my previous address is a computer genius. I will try to contact him. This whole week I would be a bit busy. You need to wait for me until next week. If he can solve out your query, I will definitely approach you. Cheers.
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Re: About New Math Input Panel in Win 7 and Openoffiec

Postby zee » Wed Jan 27, 2010 4:24 pm

Hello, I fixed my tool to simply working with Inlage Clipboard Utility and Open Office:

http://www.inlage.com/blog/?p=87
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Re: About New Math Input Panel in Win 7 and Openoffiec

Postby mathk » Thu Feb 11, 2010 5:26 pm

zee wrote:Hello, I fixed my tool to simply working with Inlage Clipboard Utility and Open Office:

http://www.inlage.com/blog/?p=87


thx for updating it while i was too busy to try it.
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Re: About New Math Input Panel in Win 7 and Openoffiec

Postby Stampede » Thu Mar 11, 2010 6:03 am

michaelhoffman wrote:Hi Math,
What I have found that many people who are using Windows 7 are facing problems one way or the another. I think the programme is not as success as to the earlier ones. You can try to sort out your problem by installing any other window. If the problem still continues then it's not the problem with windows. The problem you had was a month back. No idea about the problem still persisting or not. The neighbour of my previous address is a computer genius. I will try to contact him. This whole week I would be a bit busy. You need to wait for me until next week. If he can solve out your query, I will definitely approach you. Cheers.


I think installing soon to be outdated windows versions in preference of 7 just to address this problem isn't convenient for most users.

The new update of Math seems to fix this issue with tablets, as I had it too but now it's fine after the update.
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