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11/6/11
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Felicity_BB

Suggestion - equation editor transparency

I've noticed that the current equation editor is pretty good; it has dropdown selection boxes with visual images of mathematical symbols, and it also allows the user to input tex code.  It's user friendly and visual.

The older equation editor had similar visual feedback, but it also enabled the user to view the tex code in a popup box (eg. \alpha for α).  It was a good editor through containing both the code and the visual preview.  This enabled users who like tex code to understand what was going on 'under the hood' of their equation encoding.  Is this feature of viewing the tex code of an equation going to return?  It was a feature that people familiar with tex code would appreciate to give them greater control, and it already seems to be partly built into equation editing in the new editor with its acceptance of tex code.
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