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Old 02-18-2012, 07:51 PM   #16
rkomar
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Originally Posted by paola View Post
glad it worked! but, so you make epub out of your latex files? How do you cope with formulas?
I don't. It only works for non-scientific text, unfortunately. Equations would have to be turned into images, and even those couldn't be embedded within the text. Too bad, but PDF still rules for scientific/technical documents. However, I use LaTeX for straight text, as well, and I was creating epubs from those mostly because the default PDF fonts were hard to read on my 6" readers. Now, I'm not so sure I need the epubs anymore thanks to your tip; I'll find out with more reading.

I don't know anything about HTML5, so I wonder if it can handle equations?
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