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Equation Editor ++
Put equations in Google Docs with the power of LaTeX and the simplicity of a graphical editor.
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Overview
Put equations in Google Docs 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 ++
November 15, 2019
Excellent app. If you know and love LaTeX its for you. If you don't, quickly learn LaTeX!!!
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A User of Equation Editor ++
October 29, 2019
For some reason the insert equation button will not work and nothing happens when pressing it
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A user of Equation Editor ++
October 30, 2019
Is your cursor in the document? It places the equation at the current cursor position so if it cannot find the cursor then the insert button won't work.
Carter Alderson
October 25, 2019
amazing is all i can say
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A User of Equation Editor ++
October 8, 2019
Great product. Please make sure you keep it free - unlike math type.
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A User of Equation Editor ++
September 28, 2019
I've always used CodeCogs LaTeX editor, and this add-on just makes it even easier. No more copying the image over, or making sure I have the raw LaTeX saved as the alt text of the image. All of that is done for me in a beautiful, simple sidebar GUI. I haven't actually used the graphical editor, just the raw LaTeX input, but that's probably pretty good too.
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A user of Equation Editor ++
October 17, 2019
Thanks for the feedback. The alt text being saved is just a how I store the raw LaTeX so the code can re-load it. It was not supposed to be a feature but its great if it helps you.
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