Subject: Re: Formatting mathematics (in The DSSSList Digest V1 #263) From: "D. Michael McFarland" <mcfarlan@xxxxxxxx> Date: Fri, 20 Mar 1998 11:23:08 0500 
In response to my query about formatting mathematics, "Thomas G. Lockhart" <lockhart@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote: >A question which I cannot answer (although I look forward to the group's >response). However, just to confuse the issue, may I point out that >there exists LaTeX2HTML? >[....] I've used LaTeX2HTML for some things, and have been impressed by its capabilities. My only reservation is about the quality of equations when rendered as graphics (and the sheer number of files that result). Some of the math is unreadable at its original size, and really ugly when enlarged. Come to think of it, one thing I did not try is installing PS versions of TeX's CM fonts. I'd expect these to scale better. If someone can verify this, perhaps I'll give it another try.  Michael DSSSList info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/dsssl/dssslist
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