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Topic: Real Time TeX Interpreter for Notes
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Ulrich D i e z

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Re: Real Time TeX Interpreter for Notes
Posted: Jan 14, 2011 4:29 AM
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Jason Pawloski wrote:

> Many years ago, I had a friend who took notes on his laptop. He had
> some sort of real-time TeX renderer, so if he wrote something like "If
> A \subseteq B, then a \in B for all a \in A" and it would come out all
> nice and formatted. You didn't have to create the document; as soon as
> you typed \subseteq it would immediately substitute the subset symbol.
> Besides this feature, it looked pretty much like Microsoft Word.
>
> Anyone know if something like this is available for a MacBook? Thanks.


preview-latex / AUCTeX?

( http://www.gnu.org/software/auctex/ )

Ulrich



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