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*To*: BUNCH@ALAN.kahuna.decnet.lasc-research.lasc-research.lasc-research.lasc-research.lasc-research.lockheed.com*Subject*: Mathematical Formulas in Concordia?*From*: kosma%stc-sun@STC.LOCKHEED.COM (Monty Kosma)*Date*: Tue, 10 Apr 90 15:21:53 EDT*Cc*: slug@ALAN.kahuna.decnet.lasc-research.lasc-research.lasc-research.lasc-research.lasc-research.lockheed.com*In-reply-to*: Walt Bunch's message of Mon, 9 Apr 90 15:07 PDT <19900409220728.2.BUNCH@DOUGLAS.kahuna.decnet.lockheed.com>

Date: Mon, 9 Apr 90 15:07 PDT From: BUNCH@ALAN.kahuna.decnet.lasc-research.lasc-research.lasc-research.LOCKHEED.COM (Walt Bunch) Date: Mon, 9 Apr 90 12:31 CDT From: ARTHUR@KBS2.TAMU.EDU (Arthur Keen) [...] For relatively simple equations, this is pretty straightforward to do in Concordia, but as the equations become more complex, it becomes a nightmare. The immediate solution that springs to mind is to use Macsyma to generate the equations (or generate them in Tex) and then import them as pictures in postscript, but this would mean a loss of recursive mouse sensitivity. It would be nice if Concordia would allow inline Tex commands for doing this kind of thing. [...] Definitely!! It would be great if we could in-line (La)Tex in Concordia records. Then we wouldn't have to waste time fighting Concordia's environment magic. Then we could use Concordia as just a hypertext shell. BUNCH@ALAN.DECNET.LOCKHEED.COM right. This would make Concordia useful as a more portable form of documentation as well (like, for my unix box, I TeX the documentation, but when on the lisp machine, the same files would work like hypertext). Probably asking a lot though.

**References**:**Mathematical Formulas in Concordia?***From:*BUNCH@ALAN.kahuna.decnet.lasc-research.lockheed.com (Walt Bunch)

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