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Re: Can't get this to work

From: Paul Libbrecht <paul@hoplahup.net>
Date: Tue, 11 Oct 2011 12:08:31 +0200
Cc: www-math@w3.org
Message-Id: <7157BB22-675D-47BB-9FC0-29A4B75A10F2@hoplahup.net>
To: Dan Weems <dweems@strategicanalytics.com>
Dan,

start by avoiding the .xml naming... it's really really ambiguous.
I generally use .xhtml and sometimes .html for such documents.

If that may help, Firefox can print very well (MathML included) on a Mac.

What about Safari on Windows? The last one supports MathML (I know it's a bit incomplete but your file shows on safari on mac) (you need to name it .html then)

You could also use one of the FOP engines (the software list has one at least). 
They're definitely print-oriented.

You could also use OpenOffice (I failed with NeoOffice, this is weird) or MS-Word-with-MathType (or without?) to import that document.

Just a few ideas.

paul



Le 10 oct. 2011 à 19:08, Dan Weems a écrit :

> I have managed to get MATHML to display with MathMaker on my IE9 but what I need to do is then run the conversion routine to generate a PDF and apparently MathMaker rendering is not recognized in PDF, so it comes out as gibberish. MathML renders fine on Mozilla Firefox but the PDF conversion routines won’t run on a local html file (beats me why).   So having XLST do the work seems best.  I am able to view “simple Presentation MathML example”, so it should work. 
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