TinyMCE: TinyMCE LaTeX Plugin

tinymce_glatex
Maintained by Picture of Yevhen Matasar Yevhen Matasar
Moodle plugin to write formulae in TinyMCE through Google APIs
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198 downloads
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Feautures

  • No LaTeX filters required;
  • Generates ready to use images;
  • Edit existing ones;
  • Preview result before insert;
  • Based on fast and stable Google APIs;
  • Totally free, no limits.


How to install

Just copy plugin files into /lib/editor/tinymce/plugins/glatex/ and navigate to /admin/index.php .


Editor button

Plugin automatically adds button to TinyMCE editors. You can change button position using 'glatex' keyword (...charmap, glatex, ...).


Known issues

  • Does not support cyrillic symbols;
  • Google can shut down its API anytime, use on your own risk.


Thanks to

This plugin based on https://github.com/moonwave99/TinyMCELaTeXPlugin (by moonwave99)

Screenshots

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Contributors

Picture of Yevhen Matasar
Yevhen Matasar (Lead maintainer)
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  • Picture of Mike Churchward
    Tue, 3 May 2016, 2:47 AM
    Hi Yevhen -

    I'm looking at your plugin in behalf of the Plugins guardians. There are a couple of issues with the coding style as noted in the prechecker above. Can you fix these and resubmit?

    The prechecker reports can be run yourself by using the plugins:
    https://moodle.org/plugins/local_codechecker
    https://moodle.org/plugins/local_moodlecheck

    Or even better you can get a number of checks to run automatically (including behat tests) by integrating Travis-ci directly into your github repository:
    https://moodle.org/mod/forum/discuss.php?d=323384

    Some other notes:
    1. The "tinymce/editor_plugin.js" needs a header included to show its open source license.
    2. I note when I used the "preview" button that the "submit" button disappeared below the scroll. I don't think this disqualifies your plugin at all, but it would be good from a user experience to keep that portion visible.

    You have noted the two issues in the description, so that's good. I think once you fix the code style issues and the javascript header, you should be good.

    Thanks.
  • Picture of Yevhen Matasar
    Wed, 4 May 2016, 2:10 PM
    Hello. Ok, I'll fix it soon and upload a new version.
  • Picture of David Mudrák
    Wed, 11 May 2016, 5:38 AM

    Thanks Yevhen for sharing the plugin with the community, and thanks Mike for detailed review. Assuming the raised coding style issues (mostly cosmetic and trivial to fix) will be fixed in a next update of the plugin, you are cleared to land now. Welcome to the Plugins directory!

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