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9/29/11
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tkimva

just one question or suggestion. Do you have any plan to implement Latex support in docs? It will be nice to researcher

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Bas Braams
9/29/11
Bas Braams
There was decent LaTeX support in the Google Docs editor until the infamous (on the forum) revamp of May 2010, so 16 months ago. Then it was gone entirely for 6 months, all mathematics editing, and in Nov 2010 some rudimentary mathematics facilities were restored. Nothing happened since then. The more or less kind way to express the situation is that the GDocs team has other priorities. More accurately, I think, they dug themselves into such a deep hole with the May 2010 revamp that issues such as improvement of mathematics editing capability will just have to wait.
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