Can you show your source? I think there must be an easier way to do what
Also, out of curiosity, what tools do you use to generate renderings of the
On 4/19/13 8:57 AM, "mikerice126" <mike.rice@...> wrote:
> We have mathml, and svg and png renderings of the math. We prefer to publish
> directly from mathml when possible, and prefer vector over raster. Since our
> publishing pipelines have varying capabilities, we're using keys to point to
> the different generated sources of math content. We're using [ph] to normalize
> those math snippets.
> The math key would point to mathml source for the publisher that understands
> that, or to svg or png for less sophisticated publishers.
> Because of the number of snippets, we'd rather manage the snippets in multiple
> topics for each rendering type, but don't want to fragment the keys (math1,
> math2, etc.)
> Mike Rice
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