FireMath for Linux v.


Firemath is an extension for Firefox.With Firemath you quickly and easily generate equations and formulas as simple as y = x2 or as complex as... well, see ourexamples page.Features: * Firemath is a MathML editor. * Firemath is free software published under GPL v3. * Supports most MathML 2 presentation markup elements. * Requires hardly any knowledge on MathML. * Runs on all operating systems supported by Firefox. * Allows to copy the MathML code to the clipboard. * Allows to save the MathML code into a file. * Allows to copy an equation bitmap to the clipboard. * Allows to save a bitmap of the equation on disk. * Extensive keyboard support. * [New] Interprets simple LaTeX expressions. * ...

Firemath is an extension for Firefox.With ...

  • FireMath for Linux
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  • Linux
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  • 10 Kb
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  • Free

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