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MathML import in Adobe CS
tommy_lee_skitDate: Monday, 2018 Oct 01, 07:17 | Message # 1
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Hi, 

Is there anything smart enough to work with MathML equations in Adobe CS? I know MathType, it's good but I got no need for a built-in editor - just simple import for high quality print. Found this - https://scand.com/products/mathml-kit/ - it's great, could be customized though I wonder if there's anything for free? 

Quite new here sorry if the topic was deiscussed before.
 
dammy_sparkDate: Tuesday, 2018 Oct 02, 04:48 | Message # 2
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I’ve tried a lot of MathML editors and can surely say that if you need a fast a simple solution for high-quality printing - MathML Kit for Adobe is definitely your solution. What is more, the plugin could be customized by request so it’s easy to get new features up to your needs.
 
sunnydanaDate: Tuesday, 2018 Oct 02, 04:59 | Message # 3
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Well, I used MathType but it's too bulky for some kinda things. As for me I don't need a built-in editor especially when you've got tons of equations. You won't edit them manually but need just a smooth script so it does all the things itself.
 
lancelotDate: Tuesday, 2018 Oct 02, 05:08 | Message # 4
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Quote sunnydana ()
You won't edit them manually but need just a smooth script so it does all the things itself.

That's not quite right. You still need to work around a bit but - yep, it does guality output for print. I've spent for some 3 hours getting these damn formulas in my GF study and there were lots of them. Though I don't seem to work with it as soon as everything's done it really saved me a couple of nights. And it is trial! )
 
steve_not_wonderDate: Tuesday, 2018 Oct 02, 06:16 | Message # 5
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I had the same problem a month ago and simply copy-pasted all the scanned images. ) The quality was awful but I've managed to scale them somehow it looked not so shity. Even saw a discussion about MathML support on some Adobe community but it's being roughly moderated and new comments just perish. (
 
steve_not_wonderDate: Wednesday, 2018 Oct 03, 01:02 | Message # 6
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Sorry, guys, did you try how it workds with JS?.. On the site they claim the Kit could be customized but should work fine with scripts anyway.
 
dammy_sparkDate: Thursday, 2018 Oct 04, 04:22 | Message # 7
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It works and it's quite simple to set up. BTW I've seen the whole SVG Kit somewhere on their site.
 
lancelotDate: Thursday, 2018 Oct 04, 04:24 | Message # 8
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I just wonder why didn't they put it on stock at CС Marketplace for it should be really popular.
 
dammy_sparkDate: Wednesday, 2018 Oct 10, 04:29 | Message # 9
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Quote lancelot ()
I just wonder why didn't they put it on stock at CС Marketplace for it should be really popular.

You should gain Partner status or smth like that in order to place products there. And probably while MathTools being given such "support" we won't see anything built-in for ID as a fact.
 
steve_not_wonderDate: Thursday, 2018 Oct 11, 06:14 | Message # 10
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Quote dammy_spark ()
You should gain Partner status or smth like
I thought they would just welcome anyone who's trying to do smth better then they could. )))
 
steve_not_wonderDate: Thursday, 2018 Oct 11, 06:15 | Message # 11
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Quote dammy_spark ()
I've seen the whole SVG Kit somewhere on their site.
I guess you're talking about this one - http://svg.scand.com/. But it need to be tuned up, no?..
 
tommy_lee_skitDate: Tuesday, 2018 Oct 16, 05:40 | Message # 12
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Quote steve_not_wonder ()
I guess you're talking about this one - http://svg.scand.com/. But it need to be tuned up, no?..
Yes, they're developers company. SVG support gives real advantage working with InDesign as I'm not familiar with CorelDRAW as a matter of fact.
 
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