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Dec 04, 2016
08:45 AM

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Dec 04, 2016
08:45 AM

Is there a MathML equation edit solution for Arbortext Advanced Publish Printer.

Does the MathML equation in AAPP can edit in a editor window， and modify the XML at the same time.

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Dec 04, 2016
10:40 AM

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Dec 04, 2016
10:40 AM

There is nothing available "off the shelf", but it is possible that an integration can be written. We have integrated Design Science MathFlow Equation Composer with APP for output of MathML equations. A similar approach could be taken for editing of MathML equations, but it would require some R&D.

I believe Design Science supports an integration with PTC Arbortext Editor for MathML equation editing, but that would mean your XML editing would occur in Arbortext Editor, and composition would occur separately via APP.

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There is nothing available "off the shelf", but it is possible that an integration can be written. We have integrated Design Science MathFlow Equation Composer with APP for output of MathML equations. A similar approach could be taken for editing of MathML equations, but it would require some R&D.

I believe Design Science supports an integration with PTC Arbortext Editor for MathML equation editing, but that would mean your XML editing would occur in Arbortext Editor, and composition would occur separately via APP.