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== LaTeX Inclusion ==
 
== LaTeX Inclusion ==
 
{{User:Florian_Sonner/Experiments/MathInclusion}}
 
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== LaTeX Multiple Curly Brackets ==
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Two or more consecutive curly brackets cannot be used in templates as they are used internally to denote template beginning or ending. You can replace curly brackets with <code>&amp;#123;</code> (<code>{</code>) and <code>&amp;#125;</code> (<code>}</code>) to solve this problem. For better readability you should just replace as many brackets necessary to ensure that not two normal curly brackets are used next to each other.
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{{example|1=Not working: <math>{{x^2}}</math>}}
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{{example|1=Working: <math>&#123;&#123;x^2&#125;&#125;</math>}}

Revision as of 13:36, 10 August 2011

JavaScript

<script type="text/javascript"> document.write("Hello World!") </script> <noscript>HTML code here..</noscript>

Keyboard Shortcuts

A + Ctrl
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A + Ctrl
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Example Formatting

Example: Create three points A, B, and C to explore the effects of the corner points.
  • Set point A as the first and point B as the second corner of your image. By dragging points A and B in mode_move_32 Move mode you can explore their influence.
  • Now, remove point B as the second corner of the image. Set point A as the first and point C as the fourth corner and explore how dragging the points now influences the image.
  • Finally, you may set all three corner points and see how dragging the points distorts your image.

Step example

2 Usage of the Sequence[] command

LaTeX Inclusion

  1. Tag: x^2
  2. Inline: x^2
  3. Block: \[ x^2 \]

LaTeX Multiple Curly Brackets

Two or more consecutive curly brackets cannot be used in templates as they are used internally to denote template beginning or ending. You can replace curly brackets with &#123; ({) and &#125; (}) to solve this problem. For better readability you should just replace as many brackets necessary to ensure that not two normal curly brackets are used next to each other.

Example: Not working: {{x^2}}
Example: Working: {{x^2}}
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