Equation Editor ++

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Slides Add-on

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Overview

Put equations in Google Docs or Slides with the power of LaTeX and the simplicity of a graphical editor.

Put equations in Google Docs or Slides with the power of LaTeX and the simplicity of a graphical editor. This editor is based on MathQuill, the same GUI-based math editor used by the popular online graphing calculator Desmos. LaTeX can also be inserted directly. Key Features: -Equations are editable. Once the equations are exported, they can be re-imported using the Import Saved Equation button. -Supports all CodeCogs compatible LaTeX expressions. -Offers control of font size and DPI. -Equations preview. Permissions Explained View and manage documents that this application has been installed in - To insert equations into a google document the add-on needs to be able to edit the document. Connect to an external service - This add-on needs to connect to an external service to render the LaTeX code. Display and run third-party web content in prompts and sidebars inside Google applications - This permission is necessary to use a GUI editor in the sidebar.

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A User of Equation Editor ++

May 18, 2020

Can't it be as easy as microsoft word

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May 11, 2020

Does nothing.

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A user of Equation Editor ++

May 19, 2020

i cant downloaad it either lol

A user of Equation Editor ++

May 14, 2020

I couldn't download it i rate this 3/5
if it would of let me download it would of been 100/5

A User of Equation Editor ++

May 10, 2020

Would be perfect if it actually inserted the equations. You type them out, and then the insert button does nothing. I tried having the cursor placed, just the text box selected, and having nothing on the slide selected and it won't insert. I tried selecting inline and not, and still nothing.

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A user of Equation Editor ++

May 22, 2020

It was doing the same for me on firefox. I switched to Chromium/Chrome and it worked.

A User of Equation Editor ++

April 28, 2020

it worked smoothley and lovely

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A user of Equation Editor ++

May 18, 2020

how???

A user of Equation Editor ++

May 14, 2020

No I didn't

A User of Equation Editor ++

April 27, 2020

Requires TeX knowledge. Renders image - not editable.

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A user of Equation Editor ++

May 15, 2020

I'm an elementary teacher who just needs an easy way to write fractions in slides. Any thoughts?

A user of Equation Editor ++

April 27, 2020

Also, it even SAYS "Put equations in Google Docs or Slides with the power of LaTeX and the simplicity of a graphical editor." in the description. What on EARTH did you expect, for crying out loud?

A user of Equation Editor ++

April 27, 2020

Pretty obvious; MathJaX (LaTeX, TeX) and MathQuill are the two most common computer math languages. If you are involved in math on computers, you NEED knowledge of both of those languages. Period.

A User of Equation Editor ++

April 27, 2020

It is terribly slow . Math equations UI is better

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A user of Equation Editor ++

May 14, 2020

I know right i like the wrods that you are typing

A User of Equation Editor ++

April 26, 2020

Easy to use, efficient

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A User of Equation Editor ++

April 25, 2020

Could have been nice but terribly slow on my chrome

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A User of Equation Editor ++

April 22, 2020

I'm sorry, it assumes you know how to USE the GUI editor and I don't. It says to type the equation in but that's precisely why I want the editor - so I can click on the equation symbols, etc. Don't have a clue how to type in the codes in the GUI slot or the other one. Is there a video or something?

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A user of Equation Editor ++

April 24, 2020

Microsoft Word used "Equation Editor" for easy math palette. I thought this would be that. It appears, however, I have to know LaTex to make this work? Equation Editor in MS Word didn't require the coding of LaTex.

A user of Equation Editor ++

April 23, 2020

The add-on uses the mathquill editor, which is designed to be fairly intuitive. For instance to write 2/3 as a fraction just type 2/3. If the symbol is something uncommon (eg big pi), you have to fall back on the LaTeX command.

A User of Equation Editor ++

April 17, 2020

Doesn't seem to work with a Google Quiz.

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