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Re: Mathematica code & Latex

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  • Subject: [mg63426] Re: Mathematica code & Latex
  • From: Daniel Arnold <flashlight at>
  • Date: Sat, 31 Dec 2005 06:40:24 -0500 (EST)
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Thanks for your answers

Including Mathematica code without notebook2e doesn't work. And I don't 
want to make screenshots any more. There must be a way to make sure that 
notebook2e.sty won't change the fonts. Can't I "reset" the fonts after 
loading notebook2e?


Christopher Arthur schrieb:
> Daniel,
> If the mathematica code is not too sophisticated, you don't have to use the notebook2e package.  If you just use
> \usepackage{amsmath,amssymb, graphics}
> then you can get decent results, although the fonts for your mathematica code will end up looking more like typical latex fonts rather than the specialized fonts. 
> Actually...while we're on the subject...I have another latex issue that I can't seem to resolve:  inline cells with formulae, when inside a text cell, do not format correctly when converted to latex.  What happens is that special symbols get $ $ delimiters individually instead of around the whole inline cell.  I tried changing the DefaultNewInlineCell to some "formula" type, and that gets me half-way there:  the whole cell gets the math delimiters, but still the superfluous $'s don't leave.  Any ideas?
> Regards,
> C.Arthur

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