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More options May 5 2010, 12:03 am
From: va.at.mathoverflow
Date: Tue, 4 May 2010 21:03:42 -0700 (PDT)
Local: Wed, May 5 2010 12:03 am
Subject: None LaTeX in Gmail or LaTeX to MathML please
Please, Gmail team, implement this, and all the mathematicians,
physicists, chemists, etc. etc. will use Gmail exclusively for their
communication.

I constantly receive emails from collaborators which contain something
like $\mathcal O(n^3)$ in them. I'd like to see these formulas!

Now I know that this is possible to do in Gmail's "basic HTML" or
"print" views with the aid of <a href="http://sites.google.com/site/
vaatmo/">this Greasemonkey script</a> written by Steve Chang.

It follows that it should be possible to do the same in the standard
view as well. We don't have access to the Gmail's internals to
implement this. But for people at Google this should be pretty easy,

What would be even more fantastic if one could have a "LaTeX to
MathML" preview when composing a Gmail message. This would be just
priceless for scientific communication. Do it for the science!

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More options May 5 2010, 12:06 am
From: va.at.mathoverflow
Date: Tue, 4 May 2010 21:06:29 -0700 (PDT)
Local: Wed, May 5 2010 12:06 am
Subject: Re: None LaTeX in Gmail or LaTeX to MathML please
Sorry: written by Steve Cheng.

On May 5, 12:03 am, va.at.mathoverflow wrote:

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More options May 5 2010, 11:07 pm
From: PaulTopping
Date: Wed, 5 May 2010 20:07:25 -0700 (PDT)
Local: Wed, May 5 2010 11:07 pm
Subject: Re: None LaTeX in Gmail or LaTeX to MathML please
It would be nice to support LaTeX. However, it should be noted that
while research mathematicians and very math-oriented scientific
researchers might use it, most people that work with math are not
interested in a LaTeX interface and would prefer a more user-friendly
interface like Microsoft Equation Editor or MathType (my company's
product). Remember, most math is not created by mathematicians but by
educators, scientists in virtually all technical fields, economists,
and book and journal publishers.

A math editing feature should also allow MathML to be pasted in since
many applications, such as MathType, Mathematica, and Maple, can
generate it. That would even allow handwritten math entry using
Windows 7's Math Input Panel or MoboMath.

You might also want to look at MathJax (www.mathjax.org), a JavaScript-
based math display engine for all modern browsers that works with math
in both LaTeX or MathML. If the math editor produces MathML, it can
make the math accessible to people with print disabilities via screen

Paul Topping,
Design Science

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More options May 6 2010, 7:37 pm
From: va.at.mathoverflow
Date: Thu, 6 May 2010 16:37:31 -0700 (PDT)
Local: Thurs, May 6 2010 7:37 pm
Subject: Re: None LaTeX in Gmail or LaTeX to MathML please
In fact, with the help of MathJax, implementing both LaTeX and MathML
in Gmail seems to be almost trivial. It merely involves inserting a
small piece of Javascript into the headers. But this has to be done by

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More options Jun 13 2010, 7:59 am
From: gmailtex
Date: Sun, 13 Jun 2010 04:59:35 -0700 (PDT)
Local: Sun, Jun 13 2010 7:59 am
Subject: Re: None LaTeX in Gmail or LaTeX to MathML please
OK, there is now a solution to this problem: GmailTeX by Valery
Alexeev, which can be found at http://alexeev.org/gmailtex.html

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More options Aug 29 2012, 7:21 pm
From: Dany
Date: Wed, 29 Aug 2012 16:21:36 -0700 (PDT)
Local: Wed, Aug 29 2012 7:21 pm
Subject: Re: None LaTeX in Gmail or LaTeX to MathML please

I absolutely support this petition!!
Please implement LateX on Gmail. I'm a math major and being able to use
LateX on Gmail would be truly wonderful!

El martes, 4 de mayo de 2010 23:03:42 UTC-5, va.at.mathoverflow escribió: