Infty Editor

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Vincenzo Rubano
on · one minute reading.

Developed as part of the “Infty” research project, Infty Editor is a free desktop application for Microsoft Windows that allows authoring mathematical documents by making mathematical expressions very easy and smooth to input. Once entered, Math expressions are displayed immediately as you would expect to see them (i.e. with the same layout and style) when printed in a text book.

The syntax used to input math expressions in Infty Editor is strongly inspired by LaTeX, with many commands being exactly the same; however, its strong and very detailed help system makes it easier to use, ant perhaps suitable as a tool to let you learn LaTeX.

Documents written in InftyEditor can be saved in different formats, including LaTeX, MathML, PDF, Microsoft Word 2007 and HRTeX (Human Readable TeX for blind and visually impaired people).

Finally, if InftyReader is installed in your PC, you can input texts and math expressions from printed documents by scanning and “digitizing” them directly into InftyEditor.via scanner into InftyEditor directly.

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