# Difference between revisions of "TeX notation"

*Note: You are currently viewing documentation for Moodle 2.8. Up-to-date documentation for the latest stable version of Moodle may be available here: TeX notation.*

Colin Fraser (talk | contribs) |
Tomaz Lasic (talk | contribs) |
||

Line 1: | Line 1: | ||

+ | {{Filters}} | ||

+ | <p class="note">'''Please refer to [[Page_notes#Filters|these notes]] before editing this page.'''</p> | ||

'''TeX notation''' is a popular method of representing complicated typesetting of the kind needed for advanced mathmatical equations using simple text conventions. Various software programs, including the [[TeX Filter]] for Moodle can turn this text format into a graphical depiction. | '''TeX notation''' is a popular method of representing complicated typesetting of the kind needed for advanced mathmatical equations using simple text conventions. Various software programs, including the [[TeX Filter]] for Moodle can turn this text format into a graphical depiction. | ||

## Revision as of 02:14, 14 June 2011

- Managing filters
- Filter settings
- Activity names auto-linking
- Algebra notation
- Convert URLs into links
- Database auto-linking
- Display emoticons as images
- Email protection
- Glossary auto-linking
- HTML tidy
- MathJax (new in 2.7)
- Multimedia plugins
- Multi-language content
- TeX notation
- Word censorship
- Filters FAQ

**Please refer to these notes before editing this page.**

**TeX notation** is a popular method of representing complicated typesetting of the kind needed for advanced mathmatical equations using simple text conventions. Various software programs, including the TeX Filter for Moodle can turn this text format into a graphical depiction.

For more information about using Tex look at Using TeX Notation.