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TABLE OF CONTENTS
- Latest versions
- InDesign CS5 supported, Upgrade Promotion
- Equations created with Microsoft Word 2007 or newer
- AsciiMath under development
- What else to develop in the future?
- Competitive Upgrade Promotion
- MathMagic Price table for 2010 in PDF
- What are we doing? Follow us on Twitter!
* Latest versions
MathMagic v7.02 is the latest version for Mac OS X.
MathMagic v5.01 is the latest version for Windows.
If your license is eligible for the free upgrade/update to this version,
please visit the download page and enjoy the latest version.
All the change histories can be found here under each product page.
* InDesign CS5 supported, Upgrade Promotion
MathMagic Pro v7.0 for Mac OS X and MathMagic Pro v5.0 for Windows come with
InDesign CS5 plug-in. So these latest versions support all InDesign CS ~ CS5
now. MathMagic plug-in for CS5 does not work with older versions of
CS5 plug-in comes with more options in the Preferences dialog.
If you have purchased "MathMagic Pro for InDesign" after April 15 2010, you
may get the CS5 plugin for free.
If you own "MathMagic Pro for InDesign" v6.x or older version for Mac OS X,
or v4.x for Windows, and would like to use it with InDesign CS5 in the near
future, we have a special Upgrade Promotion for you for a limited
period (August 16 ~ 25, 2010).
Again, this promotion is for "MathMagic Pro for InDesign" owners only.
If interested and eligible, please contact us(email@example.com) for the
* Equations created with Microsoft Word 2007 or newer
If you have MS Word documents(.docx) with equations created in Linear format
equation editor introduced in Microsoft Word 2007 or newer.
This new equation editor lets user type equations in TeX-like linear
expressions called "Office Math Markup Language", "Office MathML" or 'OMML'
Although the traditional "Equation Editor" 3.0 via Insert Object menu
command is still available, many Word users prefer to using this new linear
format equation editor especially when they are already familiar with TeX.
MathMagic's the current built-in MS Word equation converter could not handle
this new linear format equations saved in OMML in .docx file.
We are working on this and hope to release a newer version around September
to support OMML equations too. MathMagic File menu -> Convert -> MS Word
document will seamlessly support the linear OMML equation as well as
MathType equation, Equation Editor equation, and MathMagic equation.
Please stay tuned.
* AsciiMath under development
MathMagic wants to be a hub application to bridge various math expressions,
such as LaTeX, Plain TeX, MathML, Wiki, MS Word equation formats, and more.
As a part of this effort, we are adding ASCII Math format soon, hopefully
within this month if everything goes well.
AsciiMath notation has some limitation in writing complex equations and
various symbols but is quite useful for many simple equations, as you can
find from these examples.
x^2 + y^(3k)
sqrt(a) / b
a_1 = (pi) * r^2
* What else to develop in the future?
Hundreds of wish list in our future spec database, waiting to be a higher
priority so that a development schedule can be assigned.
Some interesting things include conversion of human native reading of math
expressions, iPad and other smart phone versions, Safari Extension and
support for other browsers, equation templates for Biologists, ...
We work hard because we hope to serve you everywhere.
Should you have any suggestion for future versions, please share it with us.
* Competitive Upgrade Promotion
If you own a valid license of any other 3rd party Math software or equation
editing software, and would like to switch to MathMagic, we have a special
promotion to help you enjoy MathMagic - the ultimate equation editor on the
planet, at a fraction of regular price.
This 50% OFF promotion expires on August 25 2010. No coupon code required.
for MathMagic Personal Editions,
for MathMagic Pro Editions,
* MathMagic Price table for 2010 in PDF
The latest price table is always available here.
* What are we doing? Follow us on Twitter!
Interested in the latest updates/upgrades, development progress, and updates from the MathMagic team?
Simply follow us on Twitter:
* About [Math+Magic]
MathMagic is an Award-winning equation editor with powerful features and yet
easy-to-use interface. MathMagic lets you write beautiful equations and
symbols very easily and fast whether you are good at Math or not.
Its equation quality is designed to meet the high-end DTP professionals'
MathMagic is designed to use with any word processors, DTP layout software,
presentation, or graphic software. Equations can be used by drag&drop,
copy&paste, or export/import.
MathMagic Pro Editions come with plug-ins or XTensions to let you write or
edit equations right inside the InDesign or QuarkXPress documents without
going through tedious export/import steps.
The superior quality and productivity of MathMagic has been accepted by many
large publishers, professors, teachers, students, University press, online
contents creators, research centers and governmental organizations in more
than 75 countries around the world since its debut in 1998 at Seybold SF.
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