Math Plugin is available at the [Math Plugin Website|http://www.earthdawn-wiki.de/Wiki.jsp?page=MathPlugin_en].


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Where can I get the plugin? The page the link refers to is unreachable.

--Matteo, 14-Jun-2006

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Reachable today as of 25 July 2006.

--Maali


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I was able to use the math plugin in the default template, but now we are using the brushed template and it 
dose not work.  A plugin error shows up. Dose anyone have any suggestions or resolutions I can try 


--AnonymousCoward, 16-Aug-2006


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Plugin doesn't work with 2.4. Error message is:\\
Plugin insertion failed: class "com.ecyrd.jspwiki.plugin.Math"'s signer information does not match signer information of other classes in the same package

For more info on that: [http://blog.jspwiki.org/wiki/Main_blogentry_260106_1]

--AnonymousCoward, 01-Mar-2007


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Im am using the math plugin but I don't get the right output!

e.g Input = '2\sum_{i=1}^n a_i \;\int_a^b f_i(x)g_i(x)\,dx'

Output = "sum" and "int" instead of the symbols for sum and int.

Does anybody know about this failure?

--MantschThomas, 23-Nov-2007


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Hello,

solved the problem by myself!

The problem is that I have to add en extra \ in the formular.

e.g. 2\\sum_{i=1}^n a_i \\;\\int_a^b f_i(x)g_i(x)\\,dx instead of 2\sum_{i=1}^n a_i \;\int_a^b f_i(x)g_i(x)\,dx

--MantschThomas, 29-Nov-2007

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Hi everybody,

the Math plugin was created by [SebastianBaltes], the creator of another great plugin: [Applet|AppletPlugin]. Although Sebastian is missing, another plugins contributor named [NascifAbousalhNeto] modified the original Applet plugin and created a 2.4 compatible version. The modified version just changed the path inside the .jar. However, applying this change to the Math plugin does not work... :-(
Who has Math running in 2.4? Any help will be welcome.

--[MRA], 23-Jan-2008

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To make it work you also have to change "com.ecyrd.jspwiki.plugin.DownloadJobServlet" in your web.xml file to "packageName.DownloadJobServlet".

--Achim Rohn 11-Aug-2008

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Hi,

This guy and his webpage have disappeared. I found the plugin sitting on some google code repository and I attached it on to this page (see Attachments page). You can reconstruct the Acme.jar file from Acme.tar.001 and Acme.tar.002 using 7zip.

Thanks

--AnonymousCoward, 2009-10-06