I would like to have formulae continuing in text – e.g. F = ma. I would like fractions to remain same size and not skewed, The equation editor would change v = s/t as you showed, but in line, the font size of the fractions would decrease. Can one stop that from happening?

Thank you! I was hoping MS Equation editor would be as proficient as LibreOffice Formula, but I couldn't figure out the shortcuts so far. Now it's a joy 🙂

are you fucking stupid

idiot. this is rubbish

Sound would be nice

Great demo! Thank you!

but you did't instruct us how to do what you did ??

yeah ryt

wtf this is no demo…u didnt show us how to create the equation editor, u just show us how u using it….idiot

oh thank you! I have been searching around the houses to try and find the way of putting limits on integrals

I would like to have formulae continuing in text – e.g. F = ma. I would like fractions to remain same size and not skewed, The equation editor would change v = s/t as you showed, but in line, the font size of the fractions would decrease. Can one stop that from happening?

Thank you! I was hoping MS Equation editor would be as proficient as LibreOffice Formula, but I couldn't figure out the shortcuts so far. Now it's a joy 🙂

Thanks for the great shortcut tips! I get tired of having to lift my fingers off the keyboard all the time and fish around with the mouse! … grrrr…

Knowing what the keystring is really saves time!