Fast, Beautiful LaTeX comes to GeoGebraTube
We’ve made a major change to GeoGebraTube and our Chrome App. We have updated the formula renderer (otherwise known as LaTeX renderer) to use the same version as in the desktop version. This means that mathematical formulas in our applets and web application will now look just as beautiful as they do in GeoGebra’s desktop version. This will work with all existing formula commands as well (for example TableText, FormulaText, FractionText, StemPlot).
Here’s an example of the new version using our new super-pretty formulas:
If you have any questions or suggestions concerning these new updates, please write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org
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