Hi all,

I have an issue with the TeX filter that translates certain codes to symbols like $$\rightarrow$$, and $$\rightleftharpoons$$ (works in my site, but not here), but not $$\rightleftarrows$$.

Is it possible to get TeX to recognise the latter code(s) which of course are written with double $ (I don't know why these are converted to [ and to ?] in the second and third notation) and how would this be achieved?

Rgrds,

Paul.

### Can LaTeX be "taught" more?

Number of replies: 2### Re: Can LaTeX be "taught" more?

Hello,

I dont know the rightleftarrows-command. Maybe you mean $$\leftrightarrow$$? Here is a good overview for (La)TeX-Symbols in math-Environement: _CLICK_.

TeX convert unknown commands to [\command-name?] (maybe a typo or so)

How do you get your site to interpret the $$\rightleftharpoons$$? It seems, that I have got such a problem...

MfG

I dont know the rightleftarrows-command. Maybe you mean $$\leftrightarrow$$? Here is a good overview for (La)TeX-Symbols in math-Environement: _CLICK_.

TeX convert unknown commands to [\command-name?] (maybe a typo or so)

How do you get your site to interpret the $$\rightleftharpoons$$? It seems, that I have got such a problem...

MfG

### Re: Can LaTeX be "taught" more?

If $$$\rightleftharpoons$$$ isn't rendering then you most likely have an old version of mimetex. Download (and then compile) the latest source from http://www.forkosh.com/mimetex.zip or you can get precompiled versions for Windows or Linux or several other OS's from http://www.forkosh.com/mimetex.html