Support for the MaTeX Mathematica package, http://szhorvat.net/mathematica/MaTeX
And I'm in a travel without computer... I just tell you what I find, the change is up to your balance. You are always the man who make the plug-in better. ;)
@Juddd I decided not to fix the /-separator issue for the reasons I wrote here: szhorvat/MaTeX#26
@/all I am planning a maintenance release of MaTeX by the end of next week. If you have any suggestions for improvements (including documentation improvements), or if there are specific issues that affect you, this is the best time to let me know.
@Dav3dum Do you still have the problems you described above? As I said to you in an email, these problems are due to a bug in some older versions of Mathematica. I try working around this issue again, but I cannot do it alone: I need help from someone who is affected by the issue, meaning: you still use an older Mathematica version on a Hungarian version of Windows. I believe newer versions of Mathematica or English versions of Windows are not affected.
@Dav3dum Feel free to send me an email if you are interested.
@szhorvat I'm sorry but I can't help you right now, since i've finished the university and I don't have access to mathematica at my current workplace.
Hi. Could anyone tell me how to put in Matex cyrillic letters? Thanks.
@5taras Try setting it up to use XeTeX. There are examples in the documentation. Then it should work without issues.
See under Applications in the ConfigureMaTeX doc page.
I am unable to get it working with the default Computer Modern font.
I am sorry, where can I see doc page?
On your site?
In the documentation center ...
There's a big bold coloured note on my site to use the documentation center.
I am not sure how to make it more prominent.
It seems that Latin Modern does not support Cyrillic, so you will need another font. I do not have experience with non-Roman fonts in LaTeX. If you can show me how to use them with a standard pdflatex (no MaTeX involved), I can tell you how to get them working with MaTeX
Hello everyone. Could anyone share an example of both (x and y) Ticks using Latin Modern Font? I can only see examples where "x" Ticks are numbers in Latin Modern but "y" Ticks are still in Mathematica font. Thank you in advance.