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math latex no print
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Don Orlando
2014-06-26 22:20:35 UTC
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When we use the print friendly pages and the PDF generation tools the
Mathjax code isn’t processed by the client and the results are anywhere
there would normally have been an equation is just a mess of Latex. We
need students to be able to print the pages with the mathjax code. One
option is to use another Latex editor that processes the code server
side but this is very limiting as it just converts the code to images on
the server side and links them. Because they just process the images the
code is never saved so any time we want to make a change we have to
completely rewrite that segment of code. Also because they are stored as
images they are clumsy to work with compared to mathjax. We need a Latex
editor that will allow for client side processing of the Latex code and
a PDF converter that will interpret that code when generating the PDF’s.

Considering how many departments at Berkeley will require this I would
hope that it isn’t terribly difficult to implement. Right now it seems
like there’s only one viable option I’m going to be testing out but if
you have any ideas I’m all ears. I know many wiki’s have the ability to
both edit the math notation and offer a printer friendly page that also
processes the math notation. It doesn’t make sense for us to transition
to Drupal unless it supported the same functionality.
Don
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Clemens Tolboom
2014-06-27 05:56:32 UTC
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Have you filed an issue into https://www.drupal.org/project/mathjax ?
Post by Don Orlando
When we use the print friendly pages and the PDF generation tools the
Mathjax code isn’t processed by the client and the results are anywhere
there would normally have been an equation is just a mess of Latex. We
I wasn’t aware print friendly has that limitation … most of my module will fail there too :-(
Post by Don Orlando
need students to be able to print the pages with the mathjax code. One
option is to use another Latex editor that processes the code server
side but this is very limiting as it just converts the code to images on
the server side and links them. Because they just process the images the
code is never saved so any time we want to make a change we have to
completely rewrite that segment of code. Also because they are stored as
images they are clumsy to work with compared to mathjax. We need a Latex
Have you read http://docs.mathjax.org/en/latest/options/SVG.html … it still would need a client side postprocessing it into SVG and but it back into the content. Not sure that will work.
Post by Don Orlando
editor that will allow for client side processing of the Latex code and
a PDF converter that will interpret that code when generating the PDF’s.
Considering how many departments at Berkeley will require this I would
hope that it isn’t terribly difficult to implement. Right now it seems
like there’s only one viable option I’m going to be testing out but if
you have any ideas I’m all ears. I know many wiki’s have the ability to
What wiki’s … do you have some pointers for reference?
Post by Don Orlando
both edit the math notation and offer a printer friendly page that also
processes the math notation. It doesn’t make sense for us to transition
to Drupal unless it supported the same functionality.
It always makes sense to transition to Drupal as features are build all the time :p
Post by Don Orlando
Don
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University of California
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Voice: 510-642-5328
Fax: 510-643-8497
Web: http://socrates.berkeley.edu/~phylabs/
Clemens Tolboom



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