MathMagic 5.85 Equation Editor Released
InfoLogic has released updates to its MathMagic and MathMagic Pro equation editors for working with mathematical expressions and symbols. The new 5.85 releases include a number of fixes and feature enhancements and are available now for Mac OS X.
MathMagic is an equation editor that allows users to create mathematical expressions with custom colors and styles. The Pro editions include support for QuarkXPress and Adobe InDesign, while the Personal edition is a stand-alone editor with a WYSIWYG interface for creating mathematical expressions for use with word processors and presentation software.
The new 5.85 releases of all versions include the addition of a new Angled Division template accessible from the Fraction template palette and the ability to turn on and off font checking from a preferences pane. It also adds enhancements to accuracy of line drawing methods, a change to fence alignment options, and various bug fixes.
MathMagic Personal Edition, MathMagic Pro for Adobe InDesign, and MathMagic Pro for QuarkXPress 5.85 are available now for Mac OS X. Separate editions are also available for Windows systems. MathMagic sells for $49.95 to $695, depending on configuration. Further information can be found here.
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