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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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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.
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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