Daum Equation Editor
Edit the formula in this program is designed to quickly and easily. In the editor that provides many types of formulas with just the click of a button you can create a formula.
▶ Create formulas with the click of a button.
▶ Create formulas with TeX input editor.
▶ Changing the size and layout of the formula.
▶ Images created with a formula to save to your PC.
▶ Support common text input.
▶ Support copy and paste.
▶ Support task history.
▶ bug fix
▶ update AIR SDK
Most Helpful Reviews
Perfect! - Needed something to work with Pages and also LaTex, and this has both. What a find!
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Great! except... - This is a great equation editor with a fantastic UI, which any beginner can use. Advanced CS and math types will love the parallel use of TeX. If only the produced formula could go somewhere other than a painfully low-res png file or ordinary TeX text file. Copy and paste only pastes TeX. The blame here really falls on Apple, who has not yet made this program integrate into Pages the way MathType can. The interface on this editor is so much more modern and easy to use than MathType’s. Apple should buy this and integrate it. :)
Exactly what I needed - I’m making flash cards for the MCAT and memorizing a lot of equations I haven’t used in 12 years. This app is perfect for writing up the equation (very intuitive if you’ve worked with anything similar in the past, e.g. Mathmatica). The built in export could be better as others have mentioned, but a simple CMD-SHIFT-4 gets you a selectable screen shot that exports to your desktop. You can drag that small photo into probably most all other programs. For me I’m using iFlash. Make the formula, selectable screen shot, drag it into iFlash, done. Simple - Functional - Free - Thanks!
Works Pretty Well - It was easy to enter a test equation (quadratic formula) copy the image of the equation using the “copy image” button, and paste it into a pages document. (I don’t have word, so I can’t test that.) The image was rather low resolution, and looked fuzzy the first time I tried this. I increased the font size to 48 pts, copied/pasted the image again, and then proportionally resized it to the match the size of the first try. The quality was quite a bit better. I really like the combined graphical and TeX input for this app. I can use TeX text-mode for simple equations where I can type faster than I can mouse. On the other hand, if I don’t remembe the TeX colloquialisms, I can use the graphical construction tools, which are well engineered. I would rate this app higher if the pasted image looked sharp at the original size when pasting. Perhaps the developers could include a setting for the default resolution, in pixels per inch (or cm), of the image when copied to the clipboard.
Really Great Application! - This equation editor is great! The first reason, of course, is that it’s free! Other than that though, the user interface is visually appealing and is easy to use. This application has contributed signifigantely to my studies in college for classes like calculus and chemistry, which often require me to memorize a whole bunch of equations. I can make awesome looking note cards and study sheets with the help of this program. The only thing I would suggest to improve this program would be to allow options for larger and higher-quality images when exporting equations. And maybe even the ability for the user to assign keyboard shortcuts to certain mathmatical symbols/operators (i.e. Option+E for an exponent or Option+F for a fraction).
Easier than expected - Figured out how to use it almost instantly. I just wish the export images were a little higher quality and I could choose the font I want. Would pay a few books for these features.