This page is just a sample to show how jsMath could be used to render
mathematics in real time as it is typed in a text-entry area, or entered
via palette. It is in no way intended as a finished product, just
an example of the possibilities. Here, the typed input should be TeX code,
but with a different parser, other forms of input could be handled.
The (limited) palette at the right is not really very useful, since I don't
see any way to find out where the user has placed the insertion point in
the text input, so those buttons just add text to the end. This is not
could solve that problem.
jsMath web pages
Created: 14 Mar 2004
Last modified: Oct 21, 2006 9:14:27 PM
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